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Welcome to the weekly audio podcast for CityLight Church in Adelaide, South Australia. Don Reddin and the preaching team at CityLight bring dynamic, Biblically-based, Gospel-centered messages each week that will inspire and strengthen your walk with Christ. CityLight Missionally engages culture, Makes disciples, Trains leaders, and Multiplies communities - we shorten it to Believe, Belong, Become, Be Strong! Visit us online at www.citylight.church
 
Welcome to the weekly audio podcast for CityLight Church in North Adelaide, South Australia. This podcast consists of the messages from our Sunday gatherings. Our hope and prayer is that you will be inspired and strengthened in your walk with Christ with our dynamic, Biblically-based, Gospel-centered messages each week. We’d love for you to join us this Sunday! Find out more at citylight.church/northadelaide
 
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This week Bob Walz preaches over our next section in the Book of James, chapter 5, verses 7 through 12. In the reading for this week, James calls the scattered church to remain patient, patient amid suffering, patient with their brothers and sisters in Christ, and patient for the return of Jesus to end the suffering of His people. James tells us to…
 
In this teaching, Tyler Tulowitzky reminds us of the power of the gospel! How the "Good News" has the power to change lives, break barriers, heal the broken hearted and have a new life in Jesus! This "Good News" isn't just for us though, it is meant to be shared! Listen as Tyler challenges us to share the "Good News" with others!…
 
In this week's sermon, Austin wraps up chapter 4 and begins chapter 5 of James! In our reading for this week, James is bringing our attention to two things that cause every person worry: our finances and our future. Many people will try to plan everything out regarding their money, and the 80-something years we have on earth. James throws a big wre…
 
At times in our lives it can feel like everything is going the wrong way. Crisis, disappointment, grief, and loss can make you feel like giving up. This Sunday we read in Isaiah 61, that our hope comes from Jesus and His offer to come alongside each of us in our hurt and brokenness. If you are hurting or know someone who is, this message is for you…
 
This week we pick back up in our James series as Austin preaches over verses 1-10 of chapter 4. James has thus far been talking about our relationships with other people, and this chapter talks about the root of our broken relationships. James says that the cause of our broken relationships isn't external conflict but internal; our passions wage wa…
 
In John 17, Jesus prays for all believers to be people of love and purpose. For believers to be engaged in the world they live in. At the same time, he calls them to be radically distinct from the value systems of the world. How can we live in the world without becoming too much like it? Are we ever guilty of loving the world too much? Or maybe we …
 
We are taking a break from our series in James to celebrate 23 new baptisms. Austin preaches on Luke 5:1-11 and how faith in Jesus starts with him approaching and pursuing us, not the other way around. Faith in Jesus looks like us falling at the feet of a savior who we didn't deserve but who still loves us. Baptism is a celebration of what has alre…
 
We continue our series in James this week as Pastor Jeff preaches on James 3:1-12. So far, James has been teaching us how to take our faith into action but, in James 3, he teaches about the hardest thing to tame in our sinful nature, the tongue. What we say has the ability to be a blessing to others or destruction. Our words are so powerful and mea…
 
For this week's sermon, Austin preaches on some of the most contentious verses in the Bible. Many have looked at James' letter as directly opposed to Paul's teaching on salvation through faith alone and direct proof that one needs to have works to be saved. What we find, though, when we examine the texts is that James is very specific about what ki…
 
We all know that work sometimes is just difficult. Work can lack meaning, we can lack motivation, we can be frustrated and people can be challenging to work with. But God is in the business of redeeming all things and that includes work! In this teaching, Christian challenges each of us to ask ourselves three important questions when our work lives…
 
In this week's sermon, Austin preaches over James 2:1-13. James warns of the sin of partiality in this passage, and even some 2000 years later, we as Christians fall victim to this sin so easily and without even realizing it. Austin points out what modern partiality looks like and why it is antithetical to who God is, what He has done for us, and w…
 
What if we started to think of our jobs as if there were assignments from God? What if we began to view our careers, with the lens that God cares about the job we show up at every day? Do we give Him the opportunity to speak into our lives through our jobs? Do we give Him permission to use us at work so He can reach those around us? Whether your wo…
 
In this week's sermon, Global Engagement Director Anthony Belling preaches over James 1:19-27. In this passage, we see James specifically calling out the dangers of accumulating knowledge of the faith without putting it to work. Anthony points out how spiritual knowledge that doesn't lead to physical engagement can turn into spiritual congestion.…
 
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