Author Archive: Murray McLellan
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.
I hope that you are hearing from God and finding pleasing aromas of Jesus as you continue to journey through our reading plan. I didn’t get an opportunity to write a post on Numbers, but do pray that you some of the following caught your attention: Seeing that the Christian life can be like a […]Continue Reading
We are reading through the book of Exodus in our Bible reading together as a church family (Congrats to those of you who made through Job! Job is not an easy read, but I hope that the wonder of a God so far above us and that within His good and glorious purposes a righteous […]Continue Reading
Since we are reading through the book of Job in our Bible reading together as a church family, I thought you might enjoy this video and song by Shane and Shane based on Job (Thanks, Pearl, for posting this on fb and reminding me). John Piper also makes an “appearance” and helps us see with […]Continue Reading
Relating to the Invisible God Seminar At the heart of Christianity is a real and intimate love relationship with Jesus who reconciled us to God through the cross, resurrection and sending of the Spirit. The Jesus of Scripture is alive and present through his Spirit. And he wants to be friends. How can regular people […]Continue Reading
C2C Network Simulcast Event We are very excited to be hosting Ed Stetzer via live video stream on Wednesday, February 5 at the West Portal Church’s building. This will be a great day to learn from one of the top missiologists in North America and have some fun at the same time. We look forward to spending the […]Continue Reading
As we journey through this weighty epistle, I will occasionally provide some notes for additional study. You will find these notes, rather than simply restating the sermons, will hopefully provide some additional thoughts that complement what was preached. The two messages on this section – Romans 1:1-7 – can be found here: Part 1, Part […]Continue Reading