If you're new here, welcome! We are a colourful community of believers with large vision and big dreams, who love Jesus and love our world. What Jesus did and established at the Cross is very good news. In fact it’s scandalous it is so good! He has forgiven our sins, declared man innocent and cancelled any concept of distance between God and man. It is this message of glad tidings we feel compelled to preach because His unfathomable love has captivated us. Read more >>
the hardest thing you'll ever do
Lisa Flaum | 15 August 2013
In our journey as a community, we wanted to come against performance and striving to be righteous. So we ran into the notion that we are perfectly perfect.

Completely made righteous perfect. Perfection.

Declaring that over ourselves and everything we do. No space for darkness. But does it leave room for our mess. For dead bunnies and illnesses that don’t get healed? For lies and deception, cravings and brokenness? Wounds to the heart? Loss?

i do love the community of believers
Grant Flaum | 12 August 2013

Sunday morning gatherings are such a highlight for so many of us. I recently came across this Facebook post by Kris Vallotton, a Bethel leader and great influence at Central Parks. Here he is articulating some of what he loves about local church:

our faithful God – the one who makes all things new
Antoinette McDonald | 05 August 2013
God is amazing. This week I was thinking about the fact that my inferior mindsets don’t change the truth about who He is.

This all dawned on me while I was looking at my son – thinking about his birth – thinking about what a miracle that was. I felt God with us every step of that (mostly excruciatingly painful) process. I acknowledged him, cried out to him, worshipped him through that labor, and I was grateful that I had Him to hold onto. It got me thinking: Everyday, I see God in my little guy. And it leaves me wondering and in awe. But there are millions who don’t see God – gosh, there are even times when I lose perspective and struggle to see Him. But, that lack of faith does not nullify his faithfulness (Romans 3:3). This makes me love Him more. Like that old song goes, “There is none like you – I search the world for all eternity long to find that there is none like you”.  

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