Where do we turn when we face problems that we can’t seem to solve? Pastor Chad looks at one of the more difficult passages in the Sermon on the Mount and how Jesus directs us when we run into closed doors.
Based on what Jesus taught about prayer in the Sermon of the Mount, Pastor Drost explains an intimate and beautiful way pray that transforms us.
We can all struggle with seeking the others’ approval. In this message, Pastor Chad looks at Jesus’ instructions to break the bondage of approval addiction, beginning our new series, “What Does Jesus Say About _________?”
With grateful hearts Pastor Drost looks back on our 10-Year story at Smythe Street Cathedral and how we hope to go forward toward our God given future.
Things left to themselves deteriorate, decline or cool off, including our love and faith in God. Pastor Drost teaches on why this is and how to reignite our love for God
Pastor Wayne talks about the keeping of the second part of the great command Jesus gave to love our neighbours as ourselves.
Pastor Drost tells us how important it is to use wisdom when relating to those who are not followers of Jesus.
Description: In Matthew 5, Jesus tells his followers that they are ‘a city on a hill.’ Pastor Chad discusses this passage and how we are called to work together, showing Jesus’ light to the world around us. (August 27, 2017 – Morning)
Description: “As Christians we live beside neighbours that have different beliefs, moral standards and live by different ideologies. Pastor Drost tells us why this presents us with some of the great opportunities to shine for Jesus in very secular World.” (August 20, 2017 – Morning)
Pastor Ryan Delblanc speaks on the importance of having Mountain Top experiences with God, but we must also at some point come down and engage the world around us and share Jesus (August 13, 2017 – Morning)