The Gospel Saves, Sustains and Secures.

Sunday 27th May 2018. GracePoint Church, Kikuyu Series: 1 Corinthians. Text: 1 Corinthians 1: 4-9 Theme: The Gospel Saves, Sustains and Secures. Introduction. When I was in high school I crafted a name and bestowed it on myself: Victor. A lot of the people who went to school with me still call me Vic andContinue reading “The Gospel Saves, Sustains and Secures.”

The sin of halfheartedness

One poignant memory of growing up was scripture memorization. Sunday school was little more than learning a Bible story and a memory verse for the day. The following week you needed to remember the lesson and the memory verse or else the teacher may not be too pleased with you. Some were however randomly selectedContinue reading “The sin of halfheartedness”

Salvation Belongs to our God

Sunday 9th November 2014. ACK St. Mark’s Kidfarmco Communion Service Sermon. Mungai Macharia. Readings: 1st  – Genesis 3: 1 – 24, 2nd – Luke 2: 25 – 40. Theme: Salvation belongs to God Introduction Sermon from last Sunday. Reflections of the week gone by – imperfection. Groaning for a better place. Perfect Creation God’s PeopleContinue reading “Salvation Belongs to our God”

Titus…. A Focus on Grace

Sunday 19th April 2015. ACK St. Marks Church Kidfarmco Harrison Mungai Macharia A Call to Godly Living: Paul’s Letter to Titus. The letter is addressed to Titus, one of Paul’s converts (1:4) and a considerable help to Paul in his ministry. When Paul left Antioch to discuss the gospel with the Jerusalem leaders, he tookContinue reading “Titus…. A Focus on Grace”

Soteriology

Norcot Mission Church. Reading, Berkshire. Assignment: The Doctrine of Salvation (Soteriology) Task: Summarise the New Testament teaching on the gospel recording it’s various and essential elements/facets/component parts. Comment on its Old Testaments roots. Submitted to: Fingland Dent & John Savage Presented by: Harrison Mungai Macharia, Careforce volunteer 2005/2006. June 2006. Table of contents 1. AcknowledgementsContinue reading “Soteriology”