• “Building a community of disciples of Jesus, with a passion to worship God,
    who care for one another and bring God’s love into a broken world”


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On this channel you can select playlist to watch all the messages in recent sermon series. 

Below you can find audio recordings of the messages up until March 2020. 


Road to Easter - This was not the Messiah they were looking for

Matthijs den Dekker, March 8, 2020

We are in a series Road to Easter where we are following the last weeks of Jesus' life. This week we read from the passage about His triumphal entry into Jerusalem. We look at what it means that Jesus is the Messiah and how this was not the Messiah they were looking for.

Road to Easter - Worshiping Jesus in Uncertain Times

Koen Prinzen, March 1, 2020

Today we are starting off a new sermon series which is going to lead us right to Easter. In fact, it is called: Road to Easter. We’ll be looking at some of the events in the life of Jesus in the week before His crucifixion and resurrection We kick-off with the story of Mary anointing Jesus' feet with a very expensive perfume and based on that we will look at five characteristics and effects of true worship.

Kingdom Tension - Faith, Hope & Love

Koen Prinzen, February 23, 2020

Simple answers to complex questions are not a sign of a mature faith. The most brilliant mind in Christian history said that as his faith matured, he understood that his understanding was partial and incomplete. In dealing with all the tensions and complex questions in the Kingdom, we are left with three tools: faith, hope and love.

Kingdom Tension - In the World but Not of the World

Anniina Vahala, February 16, 2020

This week we look at our relationship with the world. How Christians are supposed to be in the world but not of the world.This is something many of us struggle with daily because it has so many dimensions. Based on the prayer of Jesus for his disciples from John 17 we look at the tension between what it means to be in the world but not of the world.