Author Archive: Murray McLellan
Our next Gospel-Centered Bible Training class will be held on Saturday morning, August 20th from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. Once enrolled, you will receive access to the material and videos that you work through at your convenience. Then all of the students gather for the class on the 20th to share with one another […]Continue Reading
This sermon from Romans 8:28-30, titled “A Soft Pillow for a Weary Head”, looks at one of the greatest promises that followers of Jesus have from their sovereign Lord. We have much reason for hope, even in the midst of suffering because our God is working for our ultimate good. This is a tremendous Scripture […]Continue Reading
This past Sunday we sang the song, “Come to the Table” which is based on the story of Mephibosheth and the grace shown him by King David. This truly becomes a great picture of the grace shown to us by King Jesus. Back in 2011, the first year of our church plant in the Galaxy […]Continue Reading
I always find much benefit in review – probably because I have such a poor memory! Peter never apologized for reminding his hearers of the Gospel truths.  Therefore I intend always to remind you of these qualities, though you know them and are established in the truth that you have.  I think it right, as […]Continue Reading
September will be here shortly and so I thought I would make sure everyone is aware of our Gospel-centered Bible training courses – through the Porterbrook Network. There are only 2 classes that you attend, as the course is done online (or you can print off the material) and includes video. Thus, you can work […]Continue Reading
Recently, Soma Communities has produced a series of videos on ordinary people living on Jesus’ mission. I hope you will take 10 minutes to give a listen (yes, in your already hectic schedule) in order to free you to be led by the Spirit in living out your Gospel identity in Jesus. How is it […]Continue Reading
As a church this coming year we want to encourage one another to read their Bibles to see Jesus. In 2 Corinthians 3:18, we are told that it is in beholding the glory of Jesus that we are transformed into His likeness.  And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are […]Continue Reading
We had a great time at our Good Friday gathering this year.
If you were unable to participate with us, you can still watch the film that we watched together.