Messages & Curriculum

God's word produces growth

Throughout the scriptures, anytime God’s people were instructed to preach, teach, proclaim, instruct or admonish, they were to do so with the goal of seeing the lives of their hearers changed.

Every message comes with a curriculum to help you dig deeper into the message. We pray that the word of God delivered will be helpful to you. 

Jesus came to give life. Person by person, day by day, He is still pushing against the headwinds of prevailing culture — and it starts with how He values people over social norms. Enter into His world and see how He breaks barriers and opens hearts.

In the book of Ephesians, Paul presents the gift of God in Christ and the immeasurable love we receive so clearly that we cannot help but ask ourselves if our lives reflect that reality as they should. Join us for a transformative journey to become a community unified by our devotion to Jesus and to each other.

God’s purpose for life’s pressures is to make us wise. We may have a lot of knowledge, but wisdom means we understand the right application of that knowledge. In this first part of our series, we learned about Biblical wisdom and what it looks like, and how we can pursue wisdom.

We put a lot of time and energy into making sure that we look nice on the outside – nice clothes, fresh haircuts, bodies that are in shape and the list goes on. But is our inward man in agreement with what’s on the outside? Are we living lives that are spiritually healthy, and cleansed on the inside?

The book of Acts is a fast-paced, action-adventure book which chronicles the birth and growth of the early church through the acts of the apostles.

Jesus was a skilled storyteller and perceptive teacher who used parables from everyday life to effectively convey his message and meaning. Dig deep and see how these parables still challenge and provoke us two thousand years later.

FGA has an apostolic mandate to bring the gospel to communities around the world. Our church planters share their stories from the field.

Words like “faith” and “love” are often used without a real understanding of what it means. Here we expound on what biblical faith and love are and how we can live out these words.

God does not call the equipped, He equips the called. Learn how we can tell others about the Christian reality with our broken selves in this broken world.

Each one of us is given the same amount of time a day. What is a good investment of your time?

Our hope is not in our good deeds, best behaviour or noble intentions. It is based on the promise that Jesus is coming again to restore all the brokenness we see in the world.

The Samaritan woman who encountered Jesus at the well had a conversation that changed the course of her life. What happens when you encounter Jesus?

Life is made up of a series of decisions. Some decisions lead us to fulfilling lives, other decisions can lead us off track. Lean into the book of Proverbs and learn of God’s wisdom meant to help you and me succeed.

We may not have enough to meet the needs of those who ask for our help. Yet we often forget that we still have something to offer that others cannot – Jesus. Why do we say Jesus is more than enough?

A great amount of preparation is needed before we can step into our God-given assignments. In this series, look at David’s life before he became the king of Israel and learn to respond the way he did towards God’s preparation journey for him.

In the announcement of Christ’s birth, heaven broke forth in an angelic chorus! This kind of spontaneous praise is unique to scripture. What made the incarnation so worthy of praise to God? 

God is well aware of how disruptions can get in the way of life and cause us to feel distracted and discouraged. Glean from the words of the Haggai, and hear what God is saying to us today.

Over 2,600 years ago, the people of Judah faced a hostile enemy who sought to destroy life as they knew it. Back then, God spoke to his people through the prophet Jeremiah. Now, He speaks through his word.

One of the pillars of the early church, James was known as a peacemaker who led with wisdom and courage. Hear from a great pastor and his take on our role in times of global trials.