Advent JOY

  HPC – Advent JOY 01​​​​​​​​​2/12/18 Reading John 15:9 – 17​​​As the Father has loved me, so have I love you .  Now remain in my love.  If you obey my commands, you will remain in my love, just as I have obeyed my Father’s commands and remain in His love.  I have told you […]

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Encounter 04

  HPC – Encounter 04 28/10/18 Reading Luke 4:1 – 13 Introduction The story is told of a man who had started to put on a lot of weight.  Engaging the fight with the flab, he decided to change his route to work so that he would not pass by his favorite doughnut shop.  He […]

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Encounter 03 28-10-18

HPC – Encounter 03 28/10/18 Reading Mark 1:4 – 28 Introduction We have started a new series titled – Encounter.  What happens when we encounter Jesus, personally and intimately? We often hear people talking about “Jesus touching your life”.  It sounds right – and yet is just so impersonal.  Do you want Jesus to touch […]

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Reading Luke 17:1 – 19 Introduction Several weeks ago I shared how sad it is for those who have never heard of Jesus and continue to live a life of bondage and pain and separation from God – when there are so many who profess Christianity, and yet have no desire to tell anyone about […]

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Encounter 01

HPC – Encounter 01 14/10/18 Reading Luke 17:1 – 19 Introduction Several weeks ago I shared how sad it is for those who have never heard of Jesus and continue to live a life of bondage and pain and separation from God – when there are so many who profess Christianity, and yet have no […]

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HPC – Oneness In God

Reading John 17:20 – 26 Introduction Isn’t it marvelous being a part of the greater Church. Last week we heard from Simbarashe Trust and Siabuwa, and this week we’ve heard so much more of how HPC is part of something just so much bigger than ourselves. What a joy to partner with others in God’s […]

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Reading John 8:31 – 47 Introduction Two, let us say, religious extremist fathers are sitting enjoying a quiet pint of goat milk. One takes out his wallet and starts flipping through the pictures. This is my oldest son. He’s a martyr. This here is my second son. He’s also a martyr! The second extremist father […]

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