Protestants tend to not place a lot of weight on a Christian liturgical calendar. For the most part, Protestants have little problem celebrating the incarnation (Christmas) and crucifixion (Good Friday), but many do not give a great deal of thought to other holydays, such as Ascension Day. Properly understood, however, the ascension of Christ is one of the most significant events in his life and ministry.
Scripture References: Acts 1:6-11
Sermons in this series are once-off sermons preached by various church members.
|Good Friday’s Theology of the Cross (Matthew 20:17-28)||Doug Van Meter||18 April 2014||Listen|
|What Does It Matter? (1 Corinthians 15:1-58)||Christo Beetge||20 April 2014||Listen|
|When Faith is Fragile (Psalm 73:1–28)||Zander Viljoen||18 May 2014||Listen|
|Our Ascended Lord (Psalm 110:1–7)||Doug Van Meter||29 May 2014||Listen|
|Deep and Wide (Romans 15:14–21)||Doug Van Meter||1 June 2014||Listen|
|Reaching the Unreached (Romans 10:9–17)||Tommie van der Walt||1 June 2014||Listen|
|True Productivity (Joshua 11:15–23)||Neil Cable||22 June 2014||Listen|
|Centre Back (1 Corinthians 1:1–19)||Stuart Chase||29 June 2014||Listen|
|The Practice of Prayer (1 Timothy 2:1–4)||Barry Jamie||6 July 2014||Listen|
|The Satisfying Shepherd (Psalm 23:1–6)||Doug Van Meter||13 July 2014||Listen|