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NEAC - Newtown: Erskineville Anglican Church

Roger Bray, Roger Fitzhardinge, Andrew Errington

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NEAC - Newtown: Erskineville Anglican Church

NEAC - Newtown: Erskineville Anglican Church

Roger Bray, Roger Fitzhardinge, Andrew Errington

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NEAC - Newtown: Erskineville Anglican Church

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NEAC - Newtown: Erskineville Anglican Church

25 MIN2 w ago
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Jonah: Sharing God's Heart - Jonah 4 - Matt Aroney - CiG - Audio

Jonah: Sharing God's Heart - Jonah 3 - Glenn Davies - NEAC Online - Audio

NEAC - Newtown: Erskineville Anglican Church

23 MIN3 w ago
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Jonah: Sharing God's Heart - Jonah 3 - Glenn Davies - NEAC Online - Audio

Jonah: Sharing God's Heart - Jonah 2 - Mike Hastie - NEAC Online - Audio

NEAC - Newtown: Erskineville Anglican Church

28 MINAPR 26
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Jonah: Sharing God's Heart - Jonah 2 - Mike Hastie - NEAC Online - Audio

Sharing God's Heart: Jonah - Jonah 1 - Matt Aroney - NEAC Online - Audio

NEAC - Newtown: Erskineville Anglican Church

28 MINAPR 19
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Mark: The return of the king - Mark 15-16 - Mike Hastie - NEAC Online - Audio

Mark’s resurrection account is short! But it is full of evidence of Jesus' resurrection. The response of the women to run away in fear and trembling is suppose to make us question what the right response is. If Jesus has been raised from the dead, he is God’s king, this is not to be feared but its good news to be rejoiced in, good news to be shared!

23 MINAPR 12
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Mark: The return of the king - Mark 15-16 - Mike Hastie - NEAC Online - Audio

Mark: The death of the king - Mark 15 - Matt Aroney - NEAC Online - Audio

The account of Jesus' death is full of mentions of his kingship. The great irony of being the Messiah who ends up in the woeful position of execution. But we get hints that Jesus is the suffering servant of Isaiah 53 who willingly offers his life. The mocking, handing over to gentiles and the darkness all confirm he is suffering the judgement and wrath of God. Jesus' cry of dereliction confirms his abandonment (v,34). It is the cry of a human, the servant and the son. The centurion sees the startingly reality of the Son of God who lays down his life to reign (v.39).

20 MINAPR 10
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Mark: The death of the king - Mark 15 - Matt Aroney - NEAC Online - Audio

Mark: Be ready for the Christ - Mark 13 - Matt Aroney - NEAC Online - Audio

Jesus, having established his place politically, now explains what it will mean for the Son of Man to come. The abomination will be the death of the Christ (v.14, v.19), then the Son of Man will come in glory (v.24-26), he will gather his elect (v.27). In the meantime, there will be general woes and issues that need to be endured while the gospel is proclaimed (v.10). We are to be awake and ready for the coming of the Son of Man in the midst of the complications of life.

27 MINMAR 29
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Mark: Be ready for the Christ - Mark 13 - Matt Aroney - NEAC Online - Audio

Mark: The politics of the Christ - Mark 12 - Mike Hastie - NEAC online - Audio

Jesus pronounces again his verdict on the leaders of his day through his parable of the tenants. The evil of Jesus' day will result in the execution of the beloved son who will become the cornerstone (v.10). Jesus then positions himself in relation to Rome (v.17), the Sadducees (v.24), the teachers of the law (v.34). Jesus warns against the teachers and instead, we are offered the example of the widow. The true way to respond to Christ’s authority is to offer what we have to him.

25 MINMAR 22
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Mark: The politics of the Christ - Mark 12 - Mike Hastie - NEAC online - Audio

Mark: The coming of the king - Mark 11 - Guan Un - CiG - Audio

Jesus enters Jerusalem to acclaim from the crowds (v.10), yet proclaims through a fig tree and the temple clearing that the established order is at an end (v.14, 17). In his coming is the fulfilment of the coming of the Lord’s mountain in Jerusalem. Of course, this leads to a clash of authority which escalates through his visit into his execution.

25 MINMAR 15
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Mark: The coming of the king - Mark 11 - Guan Un - CiG - Audio

Mark: Sex, Money and Power in the Kingdom of God - Mark 10 - Matt Aroney - 1045 - Audio

We see through a number of ways in this chapter what it means to enter the kingdom of God. It needs to be received like a child (v.15), the kingdom will find it difficult (v.24), It requires humility (v.42) and a simple longing after mercy (v.47). The only way to enter the kingdom is humbly on our knees. We receive through the one who was condemned and became our ransom (v.45)

25 MINMAR 8
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Mark: Sex, Money and Power in the Kingdom of God - Mark 10 - Matt Aroney - 1045 - Audio

Latest Episodes

Jonah: Sharing God's Heart - Jonah 4 - Matt Aroney - CiG - Audio

NEAC - Newtown: Erskineville Anglican Church

25 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Jonah: Sharing God's Heart - Jonah 4 - Matt Aroney - CiG - Audio

Jonah: Sharing God's Heart - Jonah 3 - Glenn Davies - NEAC Online - Audio

NEAC - Newtown: Erskineville Anglican Church

23 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Jonah: Sharing God's Heart - Jonah 3 - Glenn Davies - NEAC Online - Audio

Jonah: Sharing God's Heart - Jonah 2 - Mike Hastie - NEAC Online - Audio

NEAC - Newtown: Erskineville Anglican Church

28 MINAPR 26
Comments
Jonah: Sharing God's Heart - Jonah 2 - Mike Hastie - NEAC Online - Audio

Sharing God's Heart: Jonah - Jonah 1 - Matt Aroney - NEAC Online - Audio

NEAC - Newtown: Erskineville Anglican Church

28 MINAPR 19
Comments
Sharing God's Heart: Jonah - Jonah 1 - Matt Aroney - NEAC Online - Audio

Mark: The return of the king - Mark 15-16 - Mike Hastie - NEAC Online - Audio

Mark’s resurrection account is short! But it is full of evidence of Jesus' resurrection. The response of the women to run away in fear and trembling is suppose to make us question what the right response is. If Jesus has been raised from the dead, he is God’s king, this is not to be feared but its good news to be rejoiced in, good news to be shared!

23 MINAPR 12
Comments
Mark: The return of the king - Mark 15-16 - Mike Hastie - NEAC Online - Audio

Mark: The death of the king - Mark 15 - Matt Aroney - NEAC Online - Audio

The account of Jesus' death is full of mentions of his kingship. The great irony of being the Messiah who ends up in the woeful position of execution. But we get hints that Jesus is the suffering servant of Isaiah 53 who willingly offers his life. The mocking, handing over to gentiles and the darkness all confirm he is suffering the judgement and wrath of God. Jesus' cry of dereliction confirms his abandonment (v,34). It is the cry of a human, the servant and the son. The centurion sees the startingly reality of the Son of God who lays down his life to reign (v.39).

20 MINAPR 10
Comments
Mark: The death of the king - Mark 15 - Matt Aroney - NEAC Online - Audio

Mark: Be ready for the Christ - Mark 13 - Matt Aroney - NEAC Online - Audio

Jesus, having established his place politically, now explains what it will mean for the Son of Man to come. The abomination will be the death of the Christ (v.14, v.19), then the Son of Man will come in glory (v.24-26), he will gather his elect (v.27). In the meantime, there will be general woes and issues that need to be endured while the gospel is proclaimed (v.10). We are to be awake and ready for the coming of the Son of Man in the midst of the complications of life.

27 MINMAR 29
Comments
Mark: Be ready for the Christ - Mark 13 - Matt Aroney - NEAC Online - Audio

Mark: The politics of the Christ - Mark 12 - Mike Hastie - NEAC online - Audio

Jesus pronounces again his verdict on the leaders of his day through his parable of the tenants. The evil of Jesus' day will result in the execution of the beloved son who will become the cornerstone (v.10). Jesus then positions himself in relation to Rome (v.17), the Sadducees (v.24), the teachers of the law (v.34). Jesus warns against the teachers and instead, we are offered the example of the widow. The true way to respond to Christ’s authority is to offer what we have to him.

25 MINMAR 22
Comments
Mark: The politics of the Christ - Mark 12 - Mike Hastie - NEAC online - Audio

Mark: The coming of the king - Mark 11 - Guan Un - CiG - Audio

Jesus enters Jerusalem to acclaim from the crowds (v.10), yet proclaims through a fig tree and the temple clearing that the established order is at an end (v.14, 17). In his coming is the fulfilment of the coming of the Lord’s mountain in Jerusalem. Of course, this leads to a clash of authority which escalates through his visit into his execution.

25 MINMAR 15
Comments
Mark: The coming of the king - Mark 11 - Guan Un - CiG - Audio

Mark: Sex, Money and Power in the Kingdom of God - Mark 10 - Matt Aroney - 1045 - Audio

We see through a number of ways in this chapter what it means to enter the kingdom of God. It needs to be received like a child (v.15), the kingdom will find it difficult (v.24), It requires humility (v.42) and a simple longing after mercy (v.47). The only way to enter the kingdom is humbly on our knees. We receive through the one who was condemned and became our ransom (v.45)

25 MINMAR 8
Comments
Mark: Sex, Money and Power in the Kingdom of God - Mark 10 - Matt Aroney - 1045 - Audio
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