Something to think about

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By: Caleb Wheatley

How often do we take some time to stop, think, ponder or chew on the bigness of God. How often do we stop, think or ponder on the fact that he is almighty. It is often a line we throw out there without much weight. But the truth and the sheer size of the thought is so much more amazing than we can even imagine. The Omnipotence of God truly is “something to think about”

Key Texts:  Psalms 34:1, 51:6, 89:8-13, 145Matthew 19:26, Hebrews 11:3, Job 38:4-7, 42:2, Isaiah 14:26-27, 40:28, 43:13, 

 

Create In Me

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By John Minney

Because we need an ongoing continual transformation to carry all the previous create in me messages.  A fresh heart for the lost.  A fearless faith that trusts in you.  A heart for evangelism.  A river that gives life.  Who you created me to be.  Your Story.  A desire to know God and show God.

John shared some of the God given transformations in his life. This transformation is available for us today so that we can enter into what God has pre-planned for us to do.

Key Scriptures:  John 3:3, Galatians 2:20,  1Corinthians 2:9-16,  Mark 1:16-20, Ephesians 2:8-10, Ephesians 1:4-5,11-14

 

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By Jeff Evers

Remember because of the cross, we are forgiven, we are holy, we are righteous, we are perfect in God’s eyes, we are loved beyond measure, we are his chosen possession, we are a child of God, we are complete in Him, we are seated in heavenly places, we are his ambassadors, and we are part of an amazing family in God.

That God is our Creator, he is most high, he is the everlasting one, our provider, our healer, our peace, our shepherd our righteousness and our saviour.

Key scriptures:  Genesis 3:10, Hebrews 4:14-16, Exodus 3:11-14, Matthew 16:13-15

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By Brooke Wheatley

Did you know that God has created you to be a storyteller? Brooke leads our family service along with some guests who share their testimony and how God has written His redeeming story into their lives. Also includes some practical ideas on how to develop your testimony and share with others.

Key scriptures: Ephesians 3:20-21, 1 Peter 3.15, Psalm 66.16, Acts 26, Psalm 51.10, Hebrews 4.16

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By Caleb Wheatley

Caleb expresses that God has already designed us for a purpose, and God has created in us everything we need.

Key Texts:  Psalms 139:5,14

 

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by Ryan Rufus

Ryan shares stories of failures and successes in his adventures in evangelism and gives us
all an assignment on how we can see more people saved.

Key Texts: Rom 1:16 Rom 3:10-12 Rom 3:23 Rom 6:23 Rom 10:9-15 Luke 14:15-24

 

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by Sean Smith

Do you know that Gods desire is to create in us a heart that KNOWS Him/His word/His Character intimately, so that nothing, no fear, no circumstances, no doubt, can hinder us from shining and manifesting Gods heart and destiny in our lives and into the lives of others! It is Gods desire that we move from believing God & His promises to knowing that His words are true for every day living.

 

Key Texts: Hebrews 11:6, Psalms 27, 1 John 4:16-18, 2 Peter 1

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By Brooke Wheatley.

Today Brooke launches a new series based on Psalm 51.10. Todays focus was on having a Heart for the Lost.

Key scriptures: Psalms 51:10, Luke 15, Hebrews 4:16

 

Bayside Faith & Finance

Faith and Finance

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By: Caleb Wheatley

Caleb continues the exploration of how our finances have a role to play in our faith and vice versa.

Key Texts: Luke 11:42, 2 Corinthians 9:6-15, Matthew 26:7

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By: Caleb Wheatley

Out of curiosity, Caleb explores if Money matters to God. And if it does should it matter to us? Lets journey together to find out.

Key Texts: Psalms 50:10, Psalms 112:3, Matthew 6:19-21,33

Too Good Not to Share

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By Caleb Wheatley.   The lead-up to Christmas (commonly called Advent) is typically a time to reflect about the promises of God. We reflect on the promises in the past that God has done, we reflect on the promises he is fulfilling in the present and we look forward to the promises yet to have taken place and the promise of his return in glory. Today Caleb takes an overarching look at the story of Moses and Jesus together they are same same, but the story of Jesus is far superior.

Key Scriptures: Heb 1:1-4, Ex 2, Luke 2, Ex 3:7, Luke 3, Ex 6-7, Luke 4, Luke 4:43, Ex 12, Rev 22:1-3, Rev 22:12-13

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by Brooke Wheatley. Today Brooke shares about Getting out of the Boat and how we can rely on Jesus to lead us and also to catch us when we need it. Key Texts – Matthew 14:15-33, Jeremiah 29:12-13, 1 Peter 3:12, Psalms 18:6

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by Caleb Wheatley.  After a few amazing weeks as a church, God is doing things in the midst of his people. Caleb shares from the heart on what God is revealing bit by bit as we are led, whilst encouraging us to continue to follow Jesus in all that we do. Elly Parker also gives a word. Keys Texts – Luke 12.30, 1 Tim 3.17, Luke 14.23 and Matt 14.29

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by John Minney. John talks to us about how the gospel is too good not to share. He gives us examples of “ordinary believer” evangelism, how to gently and respectfully share. Key Texts  1 John Chapters 1-5, John 3.16

 

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Heart Postures For Growth

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by Jeff Evers. Jeff talks about doing things for the Lord with the right heart, as humbleness, having the right attitude and motivation are so attractive to God—also the benefits of reading the word aloud in our secret places. Key scriptures Matt 6. 1-4, Luke 19.1-4, Ephes1.3-8

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by Brooke Wheatley: Brooke continues the series on Heart Postures by looking at the different ways we can fast, what blessings there are for those who do, and God’s attitude towards the practice. Key Scriptures Judges 20.26, Ezra 10.6 & 8.21, Daniel 10.3-5 and Jonah 3.3-4 

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by Caleb and Brooke Wheatley, Guy and Veronica Mansbridge: Caleb and Brooke take a lounge-style look at prayer, bringing in Guy and Veronica for their thoughts. They address such things as “How did Jesus pray”, “Can prayer initially seem boring”, “Prayer is the pathway to relationship with God” and ‘Prayer changes history”. Key texts Luke 11.1, Matt 6.9-11, Ephes 6.10

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by Rob Moores. Rob takes us through 1 Samuel, looking at David as a man with a heart after God. He talks about the heart being the essence of who we really are and God’s heart is the very essence of who He is.  Key Scriptures: 1 Sam 13.14, Duet 7.6-8, Is 43. 1-7, John 14. 8-9

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by Caleb Wheatley. Caleb Looks through James, and Daniel and talks about steadfastness, and in that, endurance, perseverance, consistency, character and honour.  Key Texts, James 1.2-5, 1 Sam 16.7, Dan 6.3-7

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by Brooke Wheatley. This week, Brooke launches our new series called ‘Heart Postures for Growth.’
She opens the series with the topic of Humility, what it is, why it’s important to God and how we grow in it.
Key Scriptures include Collos 3:12, 2 Sam 22:28, Isaiah 66:2, Psalm 147:6, Prov 3:34, Micah 6:8, James 4:6.

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Going Through Galatians

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by Caleb Wheatley: Caleb continues the series on Galatians, looking at chapter 6. Caleb references the procedure of CPR and how it parallels with us carrying the life of Jesus, and bringing people into His wonderful love. Key Scriptures Gal 6, John 8.35

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by Caleb Wheatley: To love and to be loved is one of the paramount basic needs of a person, here in scripture we see that God has given grace so that through salvation we can remain in his love, that as we remain in him we produce good habits that reflect the perfect love of God. Paul calls this fruits of the spirit. As Christ followers we can all bear fruit as we remain and walk in Gods full love and grace. Key Scriptures: Galatians 5, John 15

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by John Minney. John takes us through Galatians 3 & 4, discussing that “Just doing things for God is the opposite of embracing what God is doing for you”. Nothing but belief in Jesus changes who we are and puts us right with God. Righteousness is right relationship. Key Scriptures Gal 3 & 4. Rom 12.1  

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Join Brooke this week as we delve into Living Free from the Law and points we can model from both Paul and Peter and their passion for the true Gospel. Key scriptures: Galatians 2.

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by Caleb Wheatley. Here Caleb talks about the background to the book of Galatians. At a time when Judaisers were trying to add law to the Gospel, Paul wrote a great letter to boost the believers in their faith encouraging them to keep the Gospel simple. The truth is the Gospel is the Gospel, there is no other Gospel apart from Christ. Key Scriptures: Galatians 1.

Winter Warmers 2023

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by Rob Moores. Rob takes us through his experiences with fishing and parallels with Jesus’ teaching on fishing for people. Key texts. Luke 5:10, Ephesians 2:10, 2 Corinthians 3:18.

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by Caleb Wheatley. In this family service where all the children stay in, Caleb talks about the life of Solomon and how this wise man of God encouraged us to enjoy life to the fullest but within the context of Godly living. Also, our Joy is found in loving the Lord and those around us. Key Texts: Eccless 11.9, 8.15, Col 3.17, Col 3.23, 1 Kings 3.5, Mark 12.28-29.    

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by: Caleb Wheatley. Faith is an essential construct in your walk with Christ. Faith can increase in time, experience and revelation; this can be challenged at different times in our lives. Here we see that the bible is full of stories of men and women who at times, needed to faith it till they made it. You can also Faith it till you make it in times when you feel challenged. Key Scriptures. Heb 11:1, John 6:53:57, 60-61, 66-68, Luke 5:4, Matt 4:4

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by Rob Rufus. Rob talks about how the Father wants us to rest in His strength and not our own. To have the constant revelation that in our weakness, His strength prevails to see the Holy Spirit and the supernatural abound in our lives. Key Scriptures. 2 Cor 12.9, Ephes 6.10, Heb 10.28

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by Mal Munro: Mal talks about God being our protector and qualifies what that means. He touches on our relationship with the Lord, our trusting Him and looks at how the Lord protects us. Key Scriptures Ps 91, Isaiah 43 vs 2-3, Prov 3. 5-6, Ephes 6.

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by Lianne Perry. Since visiting Israel, Lianne shares what she now sees as a close connection between Psalm 23 and Jesus’ physical journey to the cross per Matthew 26, and how this enhances the relevance and application of Psalm 23 for us. Keys Scriptures: Psalm 23, Matthew 26

Sow and Grow

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by Caleb Wheatley. John 15:1 gives us insight into our heavenly Father’s heart and how He will not leave us as we are but cares for His Garden. As we dive into this scripture, we see that the Father is present in our lives, He is proactive in our lives, and the best way to receive this is to remain in His son Jesus who is “The Vine”. Key Scriptures: John 15:1

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by Brooke Wheatley: Brooke takes us through the scripture of the account of Jesus on the road to Emmaus. She looks at Jesus being for the common man, things happen when He is the focus, and how Jesus esteems the word of God. Key Scriptures: Luke 24.13-35 

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by Ryan Rufus: Ryan explains the incredible gift of grace by looking at our total forgiveness, righteousness, open access to God, freedom, new nature, identity and family. Key Scriptures: Heb 10.14, Rom 3.19, 2Cor 5.21, Gal 3.23-25, Ephes 4.22 

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by Caleb Wheatley. Jesus would often talk about the Kingdom of God, and in doing so, would often refer to agriculture in the growing of a seed. In Mathew, He tells a story about the Kingdom of God and how a small seed flourishes to be a mighty tree; for us in our Christian journey, the Holy Spirit has the tools we need to carry out this work. Key Scriptures- Mathew 13:31, Acts 1:4, 2:1, Eph 1:13-14, 1 Cor 12:7, Rom 8:26, John 14:26, Gal 5:22

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by Steve Potter. Steve takes us through Ps 103 and how he applies truths from the text to his daily devotionals. He touches on God’s will, healing, redemption, authority, our hopes and restoration. Key Texts: Ps 103.2, J0sh 1.8, James 1.22, 2 Tim 3.16

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by Brooke Wheatley. Brooke talks to us about the importance of being selfless in love, knowing that the enemy to selfless love is a “me culture” and to “love anyway” past the feelings. Key Scripture; 1 John 4.7-11  

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by Caleb Wheatley. Caleb talks about scattering something that matters, what you sow is what you grow and an invitation for God to show us where He wants to sow us. Key Scriptures Matt.13, Matt 17.16, Mark 4.3

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Mountains and Valleys

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by Caleb Wheatley. Caleb takes us through the account of Jesus’ death and resurrection and highlights the road to Calvary was the highest mountain anyone has or will ever have climbed. Key scriptures –

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by Ryan Rufus: Getting stoned, being raised from the dead, and then continuing to preach was just another day in the office for Paul. We need to see this kind of robustness and passion for Jesus and the Gospel mission coming back to believers’ lives worldwide! Key Scriptures. Acts 14

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by Caleb Wheatley: In this second instalment of looking at Elijah on the mountain, Caleb shares that YOU meeting with God and spending time with THE GREAT I AM will help you in the valley; any terrain or obstacle is no match for the power and authority of God, and what he intends to do in your life through you, the only question remaining is – are you ready? Key Scriptures: 1 Kings 19

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by Caleb Wheatley: Caleb looks at the life of Elijah and talks about the Lord’s desire for us to spend time with Him. He highlights what could be some things that might be hindrances to us. Key scripture: 1 Kings 19

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by Mal Munro. Mal takes us through the accounts of the transfiguration and Peter’s denial of Jesus and his redemption from the perspective of mountains and valleys in our lives. He parallels Peter’s responses to similar situations we might find ourselves in and how learning contentment in the trials and the celebrations can bring us peace in Jesus. Key Verses: Matt 17.1-13, Ephes 3.19, Matt 26.30-75, John 21.15 

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by Brooke Wheatley: This is the first of our ‘Mountain and Valleys’ series, and Brooke opens with the significance of valleys and how King David’s experiences can help guide and inspire us through our own.” Key Scriptures: Psalm 23, 1 Samuel 22:10, Psalm 142, Psalm 57

Seven Pillars of Bayside

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by Caleb Wheatley. Caleb takes us through the last 4 pillars of Bayside. Key Scripture: Proverbs 9:1

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by Lianne Perry. Constant values promote freedom and direction to encounter and share the rich, fresh reality of God with us. Lianne reminds us of the characteristic values in this house as she reviews our Pillars: Growth, Gathering & Giving. Key Scripture: Proverbs 9:1

Summer Time Preaching 2023

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by Brooke Wheatley: This week Brooke reminds us of the power of the word of God in fighting battles against the enemy and holding onto our inheritance in Christ. Key Scriptures: John 10:10, 1 Peter 5:8, Genesis 25, Ephesians 6:16, Luke 4:4-13

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by Caleb Wheatley: Whom the Son sets free is free indeed! Join us as we are reminded again of who we are and whose we are. As a result of being part of the Kingdom of God, we are free indeed!  Key scriptures: John 8.36, John 8.32, John 15.4, Gal 3.28, Gal 5.1

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by Rob Moores. Rob encourages us to look at the early life of Jesus and how His Father protected Him. In turn, Rob invites us to look at how Jesus has protected us throughout our lives. Rob also touches on the armour the Lord has given us and acknowledges its power in keeping our minds protected from the enemy’s lies. Key verses: Luke 1. 26-35, Ephes 6, Ephes 4.6, Ephes 1 v 4&5

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by Caleb Wheatley: Every year, many resolve to make new goals for the year. Instead of kicking goals in our own strength, Caleb encourages us to wait on God and allow him to position us for the next in our lives. Key scriptures: Psalm 40

Christmas Stories at Bayside 2022

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by Brooke Wheatley: Wrapping up this short series, Brooke focuses on the life of Joseph in the Christmas Story. He was a kind man, willing to obey the Lord and ultimately an amazing foster Father to the Son of God. Key text: Matthew 1:18 – 2:23.

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by Jeff Evers : Jeff opens the series, Christmas stories at Bayside, by looking at the story of the Shepherds, ordinary men doing ordinary things that had an extraordinary encounter and then they shared the good news of great joy that the messiah had been born. He encouraged us to look at a familiar story with fresh eyes. Key Text: Luke 2. 1-20

Jesus is My

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by Sean W Smith. Sean speaks about Jesus being our all-sufficient God. For our hearts not to be troubled and to declare His word over our lives. Key Text: Jerem 17.5-8

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by Caleb Wheatley: Caleb interviews Luke Lewitzka who tells of the Lord’s goodness and the way the Lord solidified and anchored Luke’s faith so that there was “no stone unturned”.

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By Caleb Wheatley:  Story has been a way to pass down instruction and teaching for generations, the thing about “story” is, everyone has one. Tune in and have a listen how one of the greatest gifts we have for someone is to share our story because our history points to HIS-STORY. Key Verses: Acts 26:10, Acts 26:12-16, Phil 1v6

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by Brooke Wheatley. Brooke interviews Jon and Allie Polson. They tell of their journey from the UK to Australia and how Jesus guided them and gave them peace and strength through the whole process.

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By Caleb Wheatley: To introduce this series Caleb looks at Jesus being the light of the world and touches on a few attributes of light, which easily points to God’s incredible design. Sometimes when we think about how Big, Creative, and purposeful God is, our best response is to adore his Magnificence. Key Verses: Ps 19.1, Rev 4.11, 1 Cor 8.6, John 1.1, John 15.16, Matt 5.14-16.

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Who Do You Say I Am

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by Brooke Wheatley. As we finalise our month of learning through Mathew’s gospel, we reach our culmination of the series and look at the ultimate sacrifice Jesus paid and are reminded of His love for us. Key Scriptures: Matt 27:15-31, Eph 1:4

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by Brooke Wheatley. Join us as we move through the middle scriptures of Matthew gospel and Brooke shares with us one of Jesus’ most generous offers – the promise to bear our burdens. We explore the text inviting us to ‘Come to Him’ and His promise of rest for our souls. Key Texts include: Matt 11:28-30

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by Chad Mansbridge. Jumping ahead to Part 4 of our preaching series—Who Do You Say I Am?—Chad begins with a summary of the series so far, before providing a heads-up on this week’s readings: Matthew Chapters 14–18. With a focus on Jesus’ body of teaching in Chapter 18, Chad encourages us to embrace our responsibilities as members of God’s house, and see Christ as Founder of a Royal Family! Key texts include: Matthew 17:24–27; Matthew 18:1–35.

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by Caleb Wheatley. Continuing our short series through the Book of Matthew, Caleb brings to life how throughout these chapters we see that Jesus is a “Merciful King” and has the heart to see all people whole. So much so that He then empowers His “Army” (His Church) to go and do the same.  Key Texts include: Matt-9:13, Matt 9:36, Matt 10:1

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by Chad Mansbridge. In launching our Term 3 preaching series—Who Do You Say I Am?—Chad encourages us to see how the opening chapters of Matthew’s Gospel reveals Christ as both Saviour and King. Beginning with Jesus’ genealogy in Chapter 1, and concluding with His Sermon on the Mount in Chapter 7, this first instalment of our Matthew Series will encourage you to acknowledge Christ as Saviour and Lord with both your lips and your lifestyle. Key texts include: Matthew 16:13–18; Matthew 1:1–17; Matthew 7:21–29.

But God

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by Brooke Wheatley. Today Brooke shares on how we can develop our relationship with God through prayer. Includes inspirational stories of God answering prayer throughout the Bible as well as what we can do when our prayer lives aren’t so ‘hot’ and He doesn’t seem to be listening. True Fact; God always hears your prayers! Key texts include: 1 Samuel 9-18, Acts 10:28, Micah 3:4, Psalm 22:2, Luke 18:1-7

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by Caleb Wheatley. Life comes at us fast and hard, sometimes unexpected. When tough situations arise, scripture gives us some pointers on the best way to respond. Caleb shares out of 2 Chronicles that sometimes we can have a battle in life that is not ours “But God’s”.  Key text includes: 2 Chronicles 20:1-26; 2 Chronicles 17:3-4

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by Jesse Mansbridge. Without doubt, the Gospel of God’s Grace—made possible through the death and resurrection of Christ—is the greatest ‘But God’ tale of all time! Join Jesse as he reveals the unconditional Grace of God in the Story of the Prodigal Son, and explains how that Grace can overflow in our life to impact those around us.  Key texts include: Romans 5:1–8; Ephesians 2:1-10; Romans 6:15-23; Galatians 1:11-16.

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by Chad Mansbridge. Arguably the most beloved ‘But God’ sagas of Scripture, the story of Joseph is a classic tale of how God is able to bring good out of the most challenging of situations. Join Chad as he walks us through the journey of Joseph and his jealous older brothers to see how the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are able to meet you in hopeless and painful times … and bring about a ‘But God’ moment in your life today! Key texts include: Acts 7:9–10; Genesis 37:1–36; Genesis 39:20–23; Genesis 41:16; Genesis 45:1–9; Genesis 15:15–20; Romans 8:28; Romans 5:8; Romans 8:37.

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by Jaye Mansbridge. As we continue this term’s ‘But God’ preaching series, Jaye takes opportunity to share her perspective on the Mansbridge family’s recent transition news. From the earliest stories in Genesis, biblical history contains many accounts of those who are called to embark on journey with God—adventures that require faith, courage, sacrifice and surrender. While often mysterious, the wisdom of God is always reliable as He reveals the path forward: no eye  has seen, nor ear has heard … ’but God’ has revealed them through His Spirit! Key texts include: Prov. 19:21; 1 Cor 2:9–10; 1 Cor. 2:1–12.

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by Brooke Wheatley. Kicking off our Term 2 Preaching Series just a fortnight after Chad and Jaye’s transition announcement, Brooke preaches from Matthew 19 on how God speaks to the heart. Also key to the day is their story for 2022 and how they as a family have experienced a ‘But God’ moment in their direction for ministry and Bayside.

Key Text: Matthew 19:16-26

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Better Together

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By Lianne Perry. Considering the locational placement of the armour God supplies & how the pieces symbolise our new nature in Jesus, Lianne relates how this equips us to stand against the devil’s schemes & pray with confidence and faith for each other. Key text: Ephesians 5:21 – 6:24, specifically 6:11, 13, 18

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By Rob Moores. Rob takes us through what it means to be an ambassador for Jesus in our community, not getting distracted by worldly things, but being filled with God’s love and the Holy Spirit and showing that love and having an explanation of who God is to those around us. Key texts: Ephes 4.20 – 5.17, John 14.34-35

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By Steve Potter. Steve gives us an overview of the church at Ephesus and Paul’s journey from Jerusalem to Ephesus. Steve talked about the amazing impact the Ephesian church had and how it had changed the whole climate of the region. They did this through the power of the Holy Spirit, and Steve takes us through how the Holy Spirited gifted the Ephesian church and how He gifts us today and challenges us to see God working in and through us. Key texts: Ephesians 4:1-16, Acts 19:10-27, Romans 8:19.

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by Caleb WheatleyGod’s secret plan revealed! His love for us now means that we get to have access to God’s resources as we share and live out the Gospel in our community. As we continue to keep our eyes fixed on Jesus our “first love” more of his goodness is revealed and works its way out through the local Church. Key texts; Eph 3v7-10; Rev 2v3; Eph 3v14-19

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by Chad Mansbridge. Ephesians 2 contains some of this epistle’s most beloved one-liners, but there’s far more to it than that! It is here that Paul explains how the work of Christ brought together two of the most divided cultural groups of his day—Jew and Gentile. In this message, Chad helps us to appreciate various aspects of the culture of biblical times, before encouraging us to see the church today as God’s reconciled, and reconciling, community. Key texts: Ephesians 2:1–22; Galatians 3:26–28.

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by Brooke Wheatley. Following on from the exciting prophetic voices over the last couple of weeks, join Brooke as we launch a new series on Ephesians//Better Together. From our chapter today we delve into the woven theme of God’s plans for our adoption from the very beginning of time! He predestined for us to walk with Him and be part of a bigger spiritual family because we are Better Together in God’s house! Key Scripture includes Ephesians 1.

20in22 Vision Sunday

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by Rob Rufus: One of the first Apostolic voices to grace our pulpit in the early days of Bayside, Rob brings a word that encourages Bayside and the Church as a whole. Here Rob delicately unfolds that Disparity is the incongruous contradiction between the promises of God’s word and the actual results Christianity is experiencing. In order to close the gap, we need to recognize what has caused disparity and remove it. Rob unfolds 5 points in this message with the following scriptures. Read Jn14:11&12 and Eph 3:20

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[FULL SERVICE] by Ebony, Jaye, Charlie, Jesse and Chad Mansbridge. After 20 years of serving as Lead Pastor/s to Bayside Church, the Mansbridge family bid Bayside a fond farewell during this very special Sunday morning service. Amidst fond memories, words of encouragement, and various expressions of gratitude, Chad and Jaye take opportunity to each share their departing words of wisdom to our church family. 

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[SERMON ONLY] by Chad Mansbridge. After some fond reflections and personal expressions of thanks from members of his family, Chad takes us, once again, to Acts 20, where we find Paul’s famous ‘farewell address’ to the Ephesian elders—a speech which, in many ways, reflects those given by Old Testament leaders such as Moses, Joshua, Samuel, King David and Jesus. Drawing on highlights from each of these biblical examples, Chad offers the congregation a sincere and heart-felt farewell of his own as his time of serving as Bayside’s lead pastor comes to a close after 20 years. Key texts include Acts 20:17–38; Deut. 31:8; Josh. 24:14–15; 1 Sam. 12:23; 1 Kings 2:2; 1 Chron. 29:17–18; John 13:34–35; Acts 20:28.

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by Fini & Isi DeGersigny. On this profoundly significant Sunday morning, apostolic hands are laid on Brooke and Caleb Wheatley, as they are commissioned into their new role as lead pastors of Bayside Church and Chad and Jaye begin to ‘hand on the baton’ to the next generation of Bayside leadership. Fini and Isi are long-time friends of our church family and lead Jubilee Church in Sydney. Key Text: 1 Thessalonians 2:1–11

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this ‘once-in-20-year message’, Chad sits down to explain how his season of serving as Bayside’s lead pastor is drawing to an end, as he and Jaye sense the Father leading them to relocate interstate for the next phase of their life and ministry journey. A somewhat tender, yet profoundly prophetic moment for our church, in this message you’ll hear details on the process of Chad and Jaye’s journey thus far, and of God’s plans for our future moving forward. Our 20in22 year just got a whole lot more exciting! Key texts: Acts 20:16–38.

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by Chad Mansbridge. After addressing a bit of ‘Family Business’, Chad dons on his ‘teacher hat’ and walks us through a contextual Bible-study of Ancient Israel’s journey in the wilderness; specifically, the second year of their travels, from Mount Sinai to Kadesh Barnea. It is here the Israelites were trained in how to ‘keep in step with the Spirit’—to be a people who followed the cloud of God’s presence. It is also here we see God’s Shepherd-heart … that none would be left behind, but all would move forward together. Key texts: Exodus 40:34-38; Numbers 7:1–2; 9:1–11; 1:1–4; 10:11–13; 9:17–23; John 10:14–16.

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by Chad Mansbridge. On this very special Sunday, Chad dons his ‘visionary pastor’ hat to give voice and vernacular to the prophetic season in which we find ourselves in 2022—our 20th Anniversary Year. Drawing on the account of Moses, calling the Israelites to ‘move on from this mountain’, Chad encourages us to see that we truly have come to a ‘Moving Forward Moment’, as we remember our past, rejoice in the present, and reach ahead into our future together. Key texts: Deuteronomy 1:3–8; Numbers 10:11–14; Joshua 4:1–9.

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by Nick Resce: Here for his third ministry visit to Bayside as part of a special ordination service, Nick draws on the story of Joshua and encourages us to ‘move forward’ into God’s prophetic purposes and plans. Moving forward necessitates us embracing New Eyes, a New Heart and taking a New Step. Key texts: Joshua 2:1; 3:15; 3:3.

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Grace

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By Chad Mansbridge. As he closes out this 2-Part series on Grace, Chad walks us through Romans 12:1–13 and Paul’s list of 7 grace gifts. He then presents some practical pointers as to how we can recognise the unique and specific grace-gift on a person’s life. Key texts include: Romans 12:1–13; Romans 15:15.

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By Chad Mansbridge. As the first instalment of a 2-Part mini-series for February, Chad stresses upon us the importance of constantly living in the grace of God—that supernatural gift that, when received, causes us to be what we cannot be without Him! The Book of Romans, particularly, contains many references to the term ‘grace’ and many insights into its potential power in our lives. Key texts: Acts 20:22–24; Romans 1:5–7; Romans 3:21–24; Romans 4:16; Romans 5:1–2, 17; Romans 6:14–15; Romans 8:31–32; Romans 11:5–6.

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Good News of Great Joy

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by Brooke Wheatley. This Christmas season & leading into the New Year, be encouraged that God wants us to trust Him to strengthen us and bring us rest. Proper Godly rest renews us, redirects us & causes us to remember what is important, especially in this Christmas season. Key scriptures include: Matthew 11:28, Isaiah 40:31, Mark 6:30-32.

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by Chad Mansbridge. Acts 17 records the apostle Paul’s famous sermon on Mars Hill in the ancient city of Athens. It is here that he declares some very good news indeed: the ‘Unknown God’ can, in fact, be known! In his fourth, and final instalment of this ‘Good News of Great Joy’ series, follow Chad as he unpacks the context of this powerful message, and reveals it’s practical pertinence for us today. Key texts include: Acts 17:16-34.

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by Paul Tothill. Long time friends of Chad and Jaye, but first time guests to Bayside, Paul brings an impassioned word on the power inherent in the Good News, calling us and causing us to press through the storms of life and emerge stronger in God’s purposes. Key texts include; Psalm 105; Mark 6.

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by Caleb Wheatley. Caleb shares a timely reminder that God is in control. No matter the season we find ourselves in today, it is Good News to know that God has got it. He has our yesterday, today, tomorrow, and even our eternity. Key texts include: Ephesians 1:4, Philippians 4:6 and Matthew 6:26

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by Chad Mansbridge. Acts 15 records the account of the Council of Jerusalem and describes how the leaders of the early church dealt with ‘fake news’ masquerading as the Gospel. It is here that James, Jesus’ own brother, delivers some very good news indeed – not all news is created equal: some news is fake news but His news is for all youse! Key texts include: Acts 15:1–31

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by Lianne Perry. Considering God’s use of wind to change environments and prompt deeper revelation as seen in the book of Jonah – ‘spoiler alert’; this has very little to do with the whale – we see God persist with practical examples to grow Jonah’s understanding of His love for all people. [Similarities to Holy Spirit within us are also highlighted.]

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by Jeff Evers. Jeff reads a letter full of good news. This was originally written for the Ephesian Church and is as applicable today as when it was first written. It is full of good news that we can all take hold of. Key texts include: Ephesians 1, 2 and 3

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by Chad Mansbridge. Acts 7 records the longest sermon in the New Testament as delivered by Christianity’s first martyr, Stephen. In it, he recalls Ancient Israel’s history to make the point that in every changing season—God is always present with His people. What Good News that is! Key texts include: Acts 7:1–60

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by Chad Mansbridge. Launching our Term 4 Preaching Series, ‘Good News of Great Joy‘, Chad walks us through the preaching of the apostle Peter highlighting his emphasis on the good news promise of forgiveness found in Christ, a theme Paul would later expound upon in his epistles. Key texts include: Acts 2:14–41; Acts 3:11–19; Acts 10:34–43.

Heroes 2.0

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by Rachel Donaldson. Rachel looks into some of the key character qualities as she explores the life of Daniel. He was a man of no compromise and lived consistently regardless of his circumstances. Join Rachel as she encourages us to Stand Up and Stand Out. Key texts include: Daniel 1:3-21 and Daniel 6.

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by Chad Mansbridge. Today’s biblical hero is Nehemiah, who united a city and led Israel through a period of relentless pressure, to see God’s purposes fulfilled. In this episode of our Heroes 2.0 Series, Chad engages us in a serious conversation about the need to remain united, especially now in 2021, as we continue to walk together through the ever-present pressures brought about by Covid, reminding us that our differences need not divide us. Key texts include: Nehemiah Chapters 2; 4; 5; 6; 13.

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by Rob Moores. Onesimus, a runaway slave, went from being useless to incredibly useful. Rob Moores shares with us that sometimes, we may feel useless but in the hands of God he crowns us otherwise. Key texts: Philemon 8–16.

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by Jonathan Ogilvie. Continuing our series on Heroes, Jonathan examines the role of John the Baptiser. He was called to conclude the prophets of the Old Testament and was responsible for heralding the coming of Messiah. Key text: John 1:19-34

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by Jesse Mansbridge. On this special Father’s Day Service, and to coincide with Bayside’s 19th birthday, one of our founding members takes to the pulpit for the very first time!
Listen as Jesse takes us to the story of David and Goliath, and encourages us to be confident and step out in faith knowing our battle is won.
Key passages include: 1 Samuel 17

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by Chad Mansbridge. As part of National Book Week, and to coincide with the in-house release of his new book (You Can Handle the Truth), Chad’s biblical hero today is Ezra – Old Testament teacher and scribe. Discover what Ezra teaches us about being a ‘People of the Book’, and of how we can correctly handle it for ourselves today! Key texts: Ezra 7:1–10; Nehemiah 8:1–10. #youcanhandlethetruth

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by Chad Mansbridge. Continuing on with our 2021 Term 3 Preaching Series, we head back to where it all began, the book of Genesis, and examine the life and story of Joseph. A hero in many respects, and for many reasons, in this message Chad specifically draws out Joseph’s profound commitment to being a Protector. Key texts include: Genesis 37–50; Titus 2:12; Hebrews 12:15

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by Jeff Evers. Jeff looks at the disciple Thomas and what we can learn from him. He was brave, he was bold and a believer that led the way for all of us to believe. Key texts include: John 11:16, John 14:5-6, and John 20:28-29.

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by Brooke Wheatley. Today join Brooke as she shares from Judges chapter 4 on the life lessons we can learn from Deborah, the prophet and the judge.

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by Chad Mansbridge. Launching our 2021 Term 3 Preaching Series, Chad draws our attention to the apostle Paul and his dealings with ‘authority issues’. Notably, how Paul related to those under him, over him, alongside him and within him. Is there a difference between submission and obedience? Can a leader be authoritative but not authoritarian? What about issues of conscience? Key texts include: 1 Corinthians 4; Acts 23:1–5; Galatians 2:6–11; Acts 20–21; Romans 14.

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Doing Life Well

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by Marty Manuel. Out of Matthew 25:14 – Marty shares the importance of being Faithful with what God has given us currently.

Using biblical truths and living examples from his own life.

Be inspired to do well with what you have.

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by Rob Moores. Rob’s message uses an approach called Spoken Word. The message drawing from Proverbs 8 personifies Wisdom. Wisdom is a gift from God to humanity. Throughout history Wisdom is there including at the Cross. The wisdom of the Cross is needed to believe the power of the Cross.

Getting Wisdom is the wisest thing you can do to live your life well.

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by Jeff Evers. Jeff looks at Proverbs 23:7 which looks at thinking with our heart. He gives practical advice on how to shift our thinking to thinking right and how this then becomes thinking in our heart. When we think right, we feel right, we act right, then we do life well.

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by Brooke Wheatley. Join us as Brooke shares what Gods teaching her about speaking words of life. One of the biggest keys to our personal breakthrough lays within the power of the tongue.

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by Noni Potter. Sharing powerful provision stories from her life, Noni encourages us to heed the promise of Proverbs 3:5–6, and cast all our trust on God and His faithfulness. Every challenge life throws us, is an invitation to expand our revelation of God and deepen our dependency on His good character. For more on Noni, including details of her brand new book, visit www.nonipotter.com

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by Chad Mansbridge. One of the keys to doing life well is to master the art of stewardship. The Proverbs have a great deal to say on this important issue, highlighting many significant aspects of our lives which require good stewardship. More than just money, stewardship is about our entire lives belonging to God!

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by Chad Mansbridge. Addressing the unique and somewhat uncomfortable subject matter of ‘hate’, in this message Chad encourages us to draw wisdom from Proverbs 6:16-19, a passage which speaks directly to the ‘7 Things that God Hates’. Much like its counter-point ‘love’, hate is something that can be holy and helpful … so long as it is harnessed well and handled wisely.

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by Lianne Perry. With Proverbs 30:24-28 as core text, Lianne offers practical examples and her unique perspective to examine the instincts of the ants, rock hyraxes, locusts and a lizard suggesting we can learn from them to Prepare for the future, avoid Predators (trouble), Participate and be in His Presence.

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by Mal Munro. Mal looks at Proverbs 11.1 and how the Lord wants proper balance in our lives. He covers ethics, which scales are we using, and how the Lord takes us at our word when we hand our lives over to Him.

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by Chad Mansbridge. In officially launching our Term 2 Preaching Series, Chad reminds us of the calling on the church to ‘raise up’ people who do life well. Taking his readings from Proverbs 1–2, he then encourages us with these Four Words of Wisdom: Listen Up; Cry Out; Slow Down; and Give Up!

Journeys in Joy and Peace

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by Maureen Moores. Drawing from her own life experience and prophetic words of encouragement given her over the years, Maureen encourages us to see that the world needs positive influencers. Even those born ‘at the bottom of the hill’, can open the package God has given them to influence the world around them with Heaven’s Joy and Peace!

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by Chad Mansbridge. This special ‘public holiday’ instalment of our Journeys series has us again revisiting the exodus motif where we see God commanding His people to set aside special times of Joy and Peace, of Feasting and Fasting. Join Chad as he walks us through the Feasts os Israel in Leviticus 23, and discover how all these powerful pictures point us to Christ!

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by Mal Munro. What if every challenge we face, we could turn into an adventure ? Mal explores today how adventure enables us to maintain His joy and peace in our lives.

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by Jaye Mansbridge. What do three chairs and Ezekiel’s four faces have in common? Find out as Jaye encourages us how to be led by the Spirit of God on the diverse and creative journey He is inviting us to participate in!

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by Jeff Evers. In Part 2 of our Term 1 Preaching Series, Jeff encourages us to pack well for the journey. Discover three powerful items to take in your backpack as you walk through life with joy and peace.

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by Chad Mansbridge. Launching our Term 1 Preaching Series for 2021, Chad explains how our God promises joy and peace to those who are called (and committed) to journeying with Him. Drawing on the account of Israel’s exodus from Egypt, Chad highlights the importance of embracing the meta-narrative of Scripture, before landing in Ephesians 6 where Paul encourages us to see our ‘feet fitted with readiness’, thanks to the Gospel of Peace! Join us in the journey…

Refresh

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this second instalment of his summer mini-series, Chad provides four practical ways we can stay fresh ‘in a sun-scorched land’—through God’s Family; His Presence; The Word; and His Principles. Enjoy!

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by Chad Mansbridge. In our first message for the 2021 year, Chad encourages us to commit ourselves to being a ‘refreshing’ community—resolving to refresh others. Using examples from Paul’s epistles, discover the characteristics and qualities that make a refreshing person. Enjoy! Be blessed, and refreshed by His Word today!

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Restorative Church

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by Chad Mansbridge. In the closing message of our mini-series ‘Restorative Church’, Chad walks us through the account of Nehemiah who led the third wave of Jerusalem’s post-exile restoration. This is a restoration of the Walls and Gates of Jerusalem, representing the city’s security, safety and strength. Walls can be a good thing, and it is our responsibility to maintain strong boundaries and guard our gates. Enjoy.

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by Chad Mansbridge. In Part Two of our mini-series ‘Restorative Church’, Chad walks us through the book of Ezra and camps at chapter 7, where Ezra the scribe leads a restorative return to the Promised Land. This is a restoration of the Word of God to its proper place in God’s community, and Chad encourages us to take a lead from Ezra, and commit ourselves to being a Word-based people. Enjoy.

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by Chad Mansbridge. From our very beginnings, God has called Bayside to be a restorative church. In this opening episode of a new mini-series, Chad takes us to the book of Ezra to see how a restorative community is a worshipping community—a people who are sensitive, sacrificial, settled and submitted.

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Ministry Memories

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with special guest, Andrew Wommack. Originally presented back in October 2013, this mid-week podcast is the eighteenth, and final, in a special 18-week series of ‘Ministry Memories’ in honour of Bayside’s 18th Birthday Celebrations.

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with special guest, Dr Ray Andrews. Originally presented back in October 2018, this mid-week podcast is the seventeenth in a special 18-week series of ‘Ministry Memories’ in honour of Bayside’s 18th Birthday Celebrations.

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with special guest, Martyn Manuel. Originally presented back in November 2015, this mid-week podcast is the Sixteenth in a special 18-week series of ‘Ministry Memories’ in honour of Bayside’s 18th Birthday Celebrations.

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with special guest, Arthur Meintjes. Originally presented back in March 2014, this mid-week podcast is the fifteenth in a special 18-week series of ‘Ministry Memories’ in honour of Bayside’s 18th Birthday Celebrations.

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with special guest, Rob Rufus. Originally presented back in June 2014, this mid-week podcast is the fourteenth in a special 18-week series of ‘Ministry Memories’ in honour of Bayside’s 18th Birthday Celebrations

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with special guest, Chris Blackeby. Originally presented back in March 2013, this mid-week podcast is the thirteenth in a special 18-week series of ‘Ministry Memories’ in honour of Bayside’s 18th Birthday Celebrations.

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with special guest, Isi DeGersigny. Originally presented back in June 2016, this mid-week podcast is the twelfth in a special 18-week series of ‘Ministry Memories’ in honour of Bayside’s 18th Birthday Celebrations.

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with special guest, David Crabtree. Originally presented back in July 2016, this mid-week podcast is the eleventh in a special 18-week series of ‘Ministry Memories’ in honour of Bayside’s 18th Birthday Celebrations.

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with special guest, Kath Rainbow. Originally presented back in February 2017, this mid-week podcast is the tenth in a special 18-week series of ‘Ministry Memories’ in honour of Bayside’s 18th Birthday Celebrations.

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with special guest, Daryl Crawford-Marshall. Originally presented back in August 2017, this mid-week podcast is the ninth in a special 18-week series of ‘Ministry Memories’ in honour of Bayside’s 18th Birthday Celebrations.

Heroes—All Shapes & Sizes

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by Chad Mansbridge. Closing off our Spring Preaching Series, Chad saves the best ‘till last and presents to us the Hero of all heroes—Jesus, the Perfectly Faithful One. Drawing from Hebrews 3:1–6, see how Jesus serves as the faithful Apostle, High Priest and Son over God’s House fulfilling the Old Testament offices of Prophet, Priest and King. Jesus, the perfectly faithful messenger, minister and master who is able to perfectly reveal, reconcile and rule! Enjoy.

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by Jeff Evers. Our world is full of unsung heroes—and so is the Bible. Men and women who receive only a passing mention in the pages of Scripture, but nevertheless played a significant role in the biblical story. In this message, Jeff takes a look at heroes like this, found discreetly, but most definitely, in the epistles of Paul.

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by Chad Mansbridge. Continuing with our ‘Heroes’ series, Chad takes us through the story of Esther, where an orphaned teenage girl turned beauty pageant winner, rises to become Queen of a pagan empire and single-handedly thwarts the evil plan of a genocidal villain, saving her fellow-Jews from annihilation. The Book of Esther is a powerful reminder of how God is working behind-the-scenes in our lives, and once again demonstrates that heroes really do come in all shapes and sizes!

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by Rachel Donaldson. Being a hero requires a good character to coincide with acts of bravery. In this message Rachel discusses three areas of our character that are important to grow in, demonstrated by the life of King Solomon, that are essential to being a hero. Follow Rachel on the journey to discovering how we can grow in wisdom, excellence and integrity, and how we can incorporate that into becoming a modern day hero.

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by Mal Munro. Mal looks at Jacob’s life and how God can take us from a place of brokenness to a place of success and fulfilment. That there is the seeds of heroism in all of us.

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by Lianne Perry. Our unexpected heroes today are four leprous men of Samaria—hungry, diseased outcasts—who demonstrated courage and commitment in the face of what appeared to be a lose-lose, dead-end situation. Placed in the context of the Syrian siege against Israel, Lianne encourages us to reconsider obstacles as an opportunity to change direction and remain devoted to your decision to reach your goal.

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by Chad Mansbridge. Arguably the first of all biblical heroes, everybody knows the story of Noah and the Flood … but few have heard it told this way before! With a special Father’s Day focus, watch how Chad unpacks a very familiar story to show what the character Noah can teach us about true heroism.

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by Rob Moores. Continuing our ‘Heroes Come in All Shapes and Sizes’ preaching series, Rob draws encouragement from Elisha (2 Kings 4) and shows that heroes are those who operate in the power of the Holy Spirit—demonstrated in qualities such as courage, character, compassion and obedience. Christians are called to both have heroes, and to be heroes!

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by Jaye Mansbridge. In this introductory message to our Spring Preaching Series, Jaye takes us to Ephesians Chapter 1 and encourages us to be confident in our newfound, and unique, identity in Christ. Packaged with purpose, it’s time to get out of the box and become all that our Creator has called you to be!

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by Chad Mansbridge. A favourite Bible-story for kids everywhere, the tale of David and Goliath is not to be dismissed as a mere fable, fantasy, fairy-tale or work of fiction… it is a power-packed story with significant lessons for people of all generations, and through all generations. Get ready to hear a familiar passage with a fresh perspective today!

Choose Joy

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by Chad Mansbridge. As our series comes to its end, Chad begins this message the way it would have started for the original Philippian audience—reading the entire letter aloud from start-to-finish. We then give special attention to the closing passage dealing with the ABC’s of Financial Partnership: reviewing the Attitudes, Beliefs and Conduct that makes for a joyful giving experience!

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by Rob Moores. This section of Philippians contains some of the most-loved verses in the entire Bible! Here, Rob encourages us to embrace an attitude of gratitude each day, appreciate that joy itself derives from our Lord’s unchanging nature, and recognise how unity is only possible when we each choose to focus our thoughts on Jesus!

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by Mylene Evangelista. Joining us all the way from Manilla, Philippines, in this passion-packed message Mylene reminds us that the joy of the Lord is oftentimes our focus before it is a feeling. Choosing joy is for our safety and strength; safeguards our hearts; causes us to stay the course; and ushers the ‘suddenlies’ of God into our lives!

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by Jeff Evers. As we close out the second chapter of Paul’s Philippian epistle, Jeff encourages us to read this passage closely, drawing special attention to the profound dedication of characters like Paul, Timothy and Epaphroditus as they partner together with the local church in sharing the Gospel of God’s Joy!

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by Chad Mansbridge. As we continue our study in Philippians, moving from Chapters 1 to 2, Chad walks us through verse-by-verse as Paul exhorts the Church to live their lives ‘worthy of the Gospel of Christ’. Discover how living like our Servant-King ‘completes’ the joy of our ministry partners and leaders!

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by Tony Ide. Coming to us from Perth, Western Australia, Tony Ide brings us an encouraging word on not permitting our struggles and circumstances rob us of our joy. Drawing on the life testimony of the apostle Paul, that problem-plagued passionate praiser, Tony urges us to keep our perspective firmly held, at all times, on Christ and His Gospel!

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by Chad Mansbridge. Paul opens his epistle to the Philippians, a decade or so following his Acts 16 visit to them, by introducing the letter’s main themes of Joy, Partnership and the Gospel. His first mention of joy is found in the context of prayer. In this message, Chad shares 5 pointers from this passage as to how we, too, can choose joy in our prayer life.

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by Chad Mansbridge. This opening message to our Winter Preaching Series—Choose Joy—has us walking through the Acts 16 account of Paul’s first ministry visit to the Philippians. See how the apostle demonstrates, by personal example, the Kingdom qualities of Righteousness, Peace and Joy before writing back to the Church years later in his Philippian epistle.

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Soldier Athlete, Farmer

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this third and final instalment of his mini-series for May, Chad focusses our attention on 2 Timothy 2:6 and Paul’s metaphor of the Christian as a ‘hard-working farmer’. Diligence, together with a strong work-ethic, are qualities which the Scripture highly esteems. Learn how to ‘find JOY’ in this powerful biblical truth.

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by Chad Mansbridge. As the second message in this mini-series, based on 2 Timothy 2:1—10, Chad focusses our attention on v.5 and reflects on the notion of the Christian as an ‘athlete’ with a particular focus on the virtue of discipline. What does this metaphor reveal to us about the nature of the Christian? And more importantly, what does it reveal to us about Jesus?

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by Chad Mansbridge. Drawing from 2 Timothy 2:1—10, Chad takes Paul’s famous departing words of exhortation to his son Timothy and begins a new mini-series called ‘Soldier, Athlete, Famer’. In Part 1, discover what the metaphor of a soldier reveals about Jesus, Others and You!

Come, let us

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by Chad Mansbridge. While in quarantine, courtesy of Covid-19 restrictions, Chad brings a timely word to us via Livestream broadcast. Walking through Heb. 10:19-25, he explains how the audience of the Hebrew epistle were in a state of limbo and uncertainty, but were exhorted to Draw Near to God, Hold Firm to Hope, and Consider One-Another.

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by Steve Potter. Long time friend of Bayside Church, Steve Potter, continues our series on ‘Come, Let Us’ by talking about building a community, and how it makes us into better versions of ourselves.

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by Chad Mansbridge. Using the repeated exhortation of Micah 4 and Isaiah 2, Chad takes us through the Story of the Exodus to look at 3 practical ways we can “walk in the light of the Lord”. What does walking in the light look like? Walking in Grace, Obedience, and Authentegrity.

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by Mal Munro. Our Family Life Pastor Mal adds his bit to our “Come, Let Us” series by encouraging us to be welcoming. Mal touches on our identity in Christ, knowing our purpose and acknowledging how precious we all are.. Enjoy!

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by Jaye Mansbridge. Jaye shares with us the ways that God speaks to us, and why we should filter this through the scriptures. Using the story in 1 Samuel 9, Jaye shows us that we all hear from God in many different ways, and when he speaks, we need to respond accordingly.

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by Rob Moores. Launching out from Jeremiah 51v10: “Come, let us tell in Zion what the Lord our God has done”, Rob encourages us to be tellers of good God-Stories in our everyday lives. What good has the Lord done for you? Why do you still follow him? What do you have to be grateful for? We all have something good to tell… get telling it, one and all!

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by Chad Mansbridge. This Sunday, Chad is joined on the platform by four members of Bayside’s Worship Team for a discussion on the “Come, let us” exhortations found in Psalm 95. The conversation speaks to the heart and value of both personal and community worship.

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by Chad Mansbridge. Kicking off our Term 1 Preaching Series for 2020, Chad begins by sharing the inspiration for the “Come, let us” theme before walking us through Zechariah Chapter 8: a passage full of prophetic promises for our church, which the Holy Spirit highlighted to him when Bayside was birthed in mid-2002.

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Summer Mix Tape

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by Jaye Mansbridge. One of Jaye’s core life-messages, first preached in 2015. Launching from Philippians 4, Jaye proceeds to walk us through the opening chapters of Acts and the stories of the early Church outpourings, as we ask the question: What does a life full of Holy Spirit joy look like?

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by Chad Mansbridge. This classic message from Chad emerged out of an 18-month-long Sunday teaching series undertaken at Bayside in 2007/08 though the Book of Romans. Listen as Chad walks point-by-point through Romans 1:1-7, before concluding in the epistle’s closing passage, sixteen chapters later. The Gospel of God truly is Good News!

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by Chad Mansbridge. One of Chad’s classic messages from the year 2012, this is the first instalment in our Summer Mix Tape Series. In this teaching, Chad encourages us to see that in our new creation nature, God has given us everything we need to face the complex concerns of life – including in our relationship with the Father, our Field, our Fellowman and our Foe.

Born to Die

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by Chad Mansbridge. In Part 2 of this pre-Christmas mini-series, Chad brings fresh and revealing insights to Jesus’ “Lost Things Found” parables in Luke 15, before circling back to last week’s message where we see Jesus giving His life for both Jew and Gentile… those lost “in the house” and those who are “far off”: sons who were dead, but are made in Christ!

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by Chad Mansbridge. As we begin our Christmas Season, Chad shows us the correlation between Jesus’ birth and death, stressing the point that He came both for His nation (the Jews) and the nations of the entire world. This in-depth teaching takes us through some Old Testament history as it relates to the promise of Israel’s two kingdoms being united under Messiah, and finishes up in Romans 9 and Ephesians 2 where the mystery of the “one new man” is revealed. Enjoy

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Last but not Least

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this final instalment of our “Last but not Least”, Chad focusses on those verses in Hebrews 13 which encourage us to “Love Church”; encouraging us to demonstrate Commitment to those we know, Acceptance of those we don’t, Respect for those who lead, and Empathy to those in need (C.A.R.E.).

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this second episode of our “Last but not Least” series on Hebrews 13, we examine the encouragement to avoid the love of money and prioritise contentment over compromise.

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by Chad Mansbridge. In response to a series of clear prophetic dreams, Chad takes time to share on how we can honour marriage as a community with this powerful message from Hebrews 13:4. Thus begins a new mini-series in the lead up to Christmas where we examine some of life’s big issues from Hebrews 13; “Last but not Least”.

Rise & Shine

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by Chad Mansbridge. In closing off our Spring Series for2019, Chad sits down and addresses the issue of dealing with grief and suffering. After all, God’s command to “Rise and Shine” in Isaiah 60 was spoken to a community undergoing tremendous pain. Learn the value of knowing when and how to Sit, Stand, Sing and Serve through suffering in order that we may Shine for Him!

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by Chad Mansbridge. Here in Part 2 of his Light that Shines message, Chad continues to unpack some practical ways that we can light up our world. From something as simple as smiling, to playing host to the supernatural Spirit, it’s time for you to S.H.I.N.E!

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this message Chad takes us through some of Isaiah’s light-related prophecies before landing at the Sermon on the Mount where Jesus calls us, His followers, the light of the world. He then examines some practical ways that we can truly shine for Christ; including to extend, to notice and to initiate.

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by Jeff Evers. In the third instalment of our “Rise & Shine” preaching series, Jeff shares personal experiences of God’s working through his life as he encourages us to rise on eagle’s wings! Remember, Imagine, Sing and Encourage.

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by Jaye Mansbridge. In this message Jaye takes us for a walk through the Gospel of Matthew and highlights seven advantages to having access to God’s home (heaven) whilst we are still here on earth.

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by Erin James. In this opening message for our “Rise & Shine” series, Erin takes us through the story of God calling the Israelites to take the Promised Land. Sometimes God’s promises include risk and require courage; we need to evaluate our beliefs about His sufficiency in order to rise to the challenge!

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Word Up!

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this final instalment to our winter Word Up! teaching series, Chad finishes up the ABCS of Interpretation, before sitting down with the story of Jesus healing the demonized son and actively demonstrating how to work through the process of interpretation, to discover the JOY of biblical application!

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by Chad Mansbridge. Continuing on with the ABCS of exegesis (biblical interpretation), Chad encourages us to first zoom-out before zooming-in to consider the Bible’s detail. Here, he provides a broad overview of the Bible’s Big-Story Background and then considers the importance of Corroborating Content when reaching theological conclusions.

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by Chad Mansbridge. In Part Five of his winter Word Up! series, Chad walks us through the 3-Step process of Biblical Interpretation (hermeneutics), with a focus on the critical second step; discerning the author’s intended meaning, otherwise known as exegesis. The ABCS of Interpretation begin with establishing (A): the Author and Audience of the text in question.

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this fourth instalment of his Word Up! series, Chad gives some practical advice on choosing a Bible translation which best suits you. He suggests every serious Bible student have ready access to at least four different Bibles in order to get the most out of God’s rich and eternal Word!

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this third instalment of his Word Up! series, Chad unpacks three essential toolboxes God has entrusted to every believer who, like Timothy, are charged to “correctly handle the Word of Truth”.

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this second message for his 2019 Winter Preaching Series “Word Up!”, Chad continues to provide practical pointers regarding how we should approach our Bible-reading. Here, he encourages us to do so with Intentionality, Openness and Understanding.

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this opening message to his 2019 Winter Preaching Series “Word Up!”, Chad provides some practical pointers regarding how we should go about reading our Bibles. Since the heart of the issue, is an issue of the heart, we first begin with Appreciation and Expectation!

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7 Signs of a Healthy Church

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by Chad Mansbridge. In Part One of this mini-series, Chad introduces us to the Church in Antioch (per Acts 11-16), encouraging us to draw inspiration from its powerful example of a church characterised by Growth and a commitment to Gathering together as a holy ekklesia.

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by Chad Mansbridge. In Part Two of this mini-series on Signs of a Healthy Church, we witness how the Christians in Antioch generously respond to a prophetic word and send financial aid to their brothers in Judea and surrounds; this they do, also, by recognising the governing structure of that Church community.

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by Chad Mansbridge. In Part Three of this mini-series on the Church in Antioch, we examine the release of Paul and Barnabas on their first major apostolic journey into the Gentile-world. Something that was only possible thanks to this church’s commitment to living in and from the Presence of God.

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this Final Instalment of his mini-series on the 7 Pillars of Bayside Church, using Antioch as a teaching model, Chad walks us through Acts 15 where Paul contends strongly for the undiluted and unmixed message of God’s Gospel of Grace!

A Glorious Canvas

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by Jaye Mansbridge. Part One of a series based on her new book, “A Glorious Canvas”. Here, Jaye walks us through the story of Noah and the role he played in partnering with God to see new order restored; a beautiful prophetic picture of the greater role Jesus plays in partnering with us to see Kingdom culture restored here on earth.

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by Jaye Mansbridge. Part Two of a series based on her new book, “A Glorious Canvas”. Here, Jaye expands on the story of Noah and the covenant relationship established with the image of the rainbow. She focuses most of this message on encouraging us to ‘stay in the light’ so God’s glorious colours may shine through us.

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by Jaye Mansbridge. Part Three of a series based on her new book, “A Glorious Canvas”. Here, Jaye speaks of the promises that God has planned for each of our lives and how it is important we work together to allow God’s glory to be revealed.

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by Jaye Mansbridge. Part Four of a series based on her new book, “A Glorious Canvas”. Here, Jaye speaks on the gold filtered life that Jesus offers us. We are designed by a loving God with a designated race to win. Knowing our value in His eyes helps us to run the race well.

First things First

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by Chad Mansbridge. As we approach a New Year, Chad encourages us to put “First Things First”; to re-evaluate and re-align our priorities with those of Heaven. In this introductory message to our summer mini-series, discover four things the Bible says we should place ‘above all’.

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by Rachel Donaldson. Rachel talks about the importance of seeking first the Kingdom, and how the Kingdom is something worth seeking.
When we keep our eyes fixed on Jesus and continue to seek him first in everything we do, all our needs will be met because God loves to take care of his children.
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by Malcolm Munro. Malcolm looks at matters of the heart, how to keep an open and soft heart to the Lord. He looks at some of the hindrances that can be a challenge and some of the wonderful promises that Lord has for us all!

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by Erin James. Erin shares very openly about understanding your own value, as a means to understand everyone else’s value. Jesus died for all people, and all people are precious to him. She challenges us to see others with that same value!

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by Chad Mansbridge. In the final instalment of our summer mini-series “First Things First”, Chad walks us through the entire chapter of 2 Peter 1, encouraging us to see Partnership with God as both a privilege and priority in our lives, and to grow in our walk with Him by committing ourselves to the revelation given by the Spirit, the Saints and the Scriptures.!

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House of Worship

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by Chad Mansbridge. In part one of our ‘House of Worship’ series for Spring 2018, Chad Mansbridge takes us back to Bethel, and the first mention of God’s House in the Scripture. Discover four key characteristics of the church that seeks to be His House of Worship on the earth!

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by Tony Ide. In his message Tony teaches on the great power of worship, how it protects us from complaining and draws us near to God. By walking in the new nature of Jesus we receive a garment of praise, which will strengthen our faith!

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by Rob Moores. In his message Rob uses Mark 1 to show how Jesus’ baptism is an act of worship, and through this Heaven opens and remains accessible to us ever since! Through worship we can continue to access God’s open heaven with an open heart.

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by Rachel Donaldson. As part of the House of Worship series Rachel shares on choosing to worship God despite our current circumstances. She shares from Acts 16:23-40 where Paul and Silas made a deliberate conscious effort to Praise God after being beaten and thrown into prison. Rachael shows how making the choice to worship in the midst of hard times changes the power of a circumstance in a positive and uplifting way.

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by Alex Perry & Daniel Todd. In this final instalment of our ‘House of Worship’ Series, two members of Bayside’s Worship Team share with us their passion for worshipping God. A message both for the heart, and from the heart… the perfect way to cap off this 2018 Spring Series.

Believe

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Description: Here in part 2 of our “Believe” mini-series, Rob Moores introduces us to the Person and work of Holy Spirit. Invisible to the natural eye, yet undeniably powerful in His workings through the lives of believers.

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this annual “Family Business” feedback morning, Chad Mansbridge shares some practical updates concerning the financial health of Bayside Church, woven in to a powerful teaching on Christ at the Temple. Discover what it is to be sons in God’s House, with a passion for the Father’s business.

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by Chad Mansbridge. In this special and very simple Father’s Day message, Chad Mansbridge closes off our Believe mini-series by helping us find the Father in Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. Christ came to both reveal and reconcile us to a Father who is secure, attentive and responsive to His kids!

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Act

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Description: in this playful yet powerful message, Chad opens our ‘Act’ mini-series encouraging us to give ourselves to activity that brings glory to Christ; and that “whatever” we do, we should carry it out with Passion, Thoughtfulness and Effort.

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Description: In this very personal and passionate message, Jaye takes us on a journey exploring how God speaks and expresses His will for our lives. She then encourages to “act” on His Word by implementing strategic plans for our prophetic promises.

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Description: Rachel talks about stepping into the promises of God through the book of Joshua by letting go of the past, embracing now and keeping our eyes on the promise when facing our fears.

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Description: Lianne gives first-hand examples of the interesting ways God speaks to us by sharing testimony of her brother-in-law’s healing. An exciting discovery is revealed in Hebrews 4:14-16 as to God’s “grace to help” and how we can access this support to keep moving forwards during rough times.

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Description: In this second instalment of our ‘Speak’ mini-series, Chad takes us through the ‘Big Five’ questions on the subject of Speaking in Tongues; What? Why? Who? When? & How? We are certain you’ll be both informed and inspired by this weeks teaching.

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Description: In this third and final part of our speak series, using The story of man with the epileptic son (Matt 17-14), Jake shows that we need to ‘bring’ Jesus rather than relying on our own strength. He reveals to us the secret to be able to ‘grow our faith’ from a mustard seed into a tree.

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Description: When discussing the importance of listening to God, Mal looks at the question “What was the last thing God said to you, and what have you done with that?” He touches on the areas of Listening to God, Leaning on His understanding and Letting Loose the vision He has spoken to each of us.

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Description: Robs message tells of God constantly speaking to us inviting us to listen. Using visions (Acts 10:9-17) or storms (1 Kings 19: 9-15) God reaches out to us. Rob challenges us to listen, to dwell in the spirit and most importantly to follow Gods plan for us by doing as we are told!

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Description: in this final instalment of our “Listen” mini-series, Chad takes us through the stories of Elijah in 1 Kings 18-19; including his calling down of fire, prayers for rain, and encounter with God on Mt Horeb. God uses different means and mechanisms by which to speak to us, and it’s important we are aware and attentive to this variety.

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Revealed

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Description/Notes: The introductory message to our preaching series looking at Jesus in the Gospel of John. In this episode, Chad examines the Purpose and Peculiarities of this Gospel account, including a discussion on the book’s authorship. Who was ’the disciple whom Jesus loved?’ The focus however, as always, is on the Person of Jesus Christ; God Divine in human form, the Word made flesh.

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Description/Notes: in this message Chad Mansbridge looks at the first of Jesus’ 7 Signs in the Book of John; the changing of water to wine at a wedding in Cana. In this verse-by-verse analysis, Chad examines the cultural components of an Ancient Jewish wedding, unpacks some profound theological implications and nuances in the text, and declares some powerful revelation concerning God’s Name and Nature that this sign points towards. See God’s Gospel and Glory revealed like never before!

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Description/Notes. In this message Rob Moores opens up the second of Jesus’ miraculous signs in the Gospel of John; the healing of the royal official’s son (John 4v43-54). This story draws our attention to God’s healing power, and the importance of partnering with Him with faith-filled response!

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Description/ notes. In this message Rachel Donaldson opens up with John 6v1-14, the miracle where Jesus feeds the 5000 and reveals Himself to be our Provider, our Source of Eternal Life and the one who Empowers us to work together with Him in His great distribution plan. Be encouraged in the knowledge that Jesus not only wants to provide for you, but also provide through you, bringing hope and healing to the hungry multitudes!

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Description: In this message Jaye Mansbridge examines yet another of Jesus’ 7 signs in the Gospel of John; walking on the stormy waters (John 6v16-21). Reassuring us with the reality that sometimes “storms happen” (#stormshappen), Jaye draws on the added perspectives of both Matthew and Mark, and encourages us to follow Peter’s example, in being the one who steps out of the boat to be with Jesus… despite the raging seas around us!

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Description: In this special Easter Sunday message Chad Mansbridge examines the last of Jesus’ 7 Signs in the Book of John; the raising of his dear friend, Lazarus. Learn about the man who became one of Jerusalem’s most effective evangelists, the uniqueness of Christs’ own resurrection from death, and what this all means for us today as resurrected believers in Him!

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Description: In this message Jake Donaldson speaks around John 5 and the healing of the sick man at the pool of Bethesda. He reveals how Gods truth can sometimes overcome what we think is true in certain situations. Sometimes God will expose a lie so that He can then reveal His wonderful truth to us!

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Description: in this final installment of our Revealed Series, Chad Mansbridge walks us through John Chapter 9, and the healing of the Man Born Blind. Discover the cultural significance of this sign and why it was unique to every other blind-healing Jesus performed. Also, see how those in positions of political-power oftentimes react when confronted with simple facts that contradict their established ideological beliefs!

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Momentum

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Description: On this podcast Chad addresses the subject of Momentum, launching off a prophetic word God spoke to us at the beginning of 2018. Momentum is arguably the greatest asset of any team, and contains three essential ingredients; Mass, Motion and Meaningful Direction.

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Description: Part 2 of Chad’s mini-series on the subject of Momentum, launching off a prophetic word God spoke to us at the beginning of 2018. In this message, Chad looks at the seven “Momentum Gifts” found in Romans 12 and asks; which of these gifts do you identify with the most?

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Set For Sucess

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