Living word
"For the Word of God is alive and active..."
Hebrews 4:12 (NIV)
SUNDAYS 13, 20, 27 MAY
C3 OXFORD FALLS AT 6PM + C3 SILVERWATER AT 5PM

 

The Living Word is a 3 week series exclusive to Sunday Nights at C3 Oxford Falls and C3 Silverwater.

Over these few special weeks, our preachers will be taking extended time to teach on the Bible with skills that will help you in your personal Bible reading.

The Bible is vital to our life as Christians. During this series, we pray that you would come alive to the Word of God and find a renewed sense of passion for spending time in the quiet study and meditation of scripture.

RESOURCES

GET THE NOTES

WEEK ONE - 13 MAY
WEEK TWO - 20 MAY
WEEK THREE - 27 MAY

WATCH THE SERIES

DOWNLOAD AN APP

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TRASH YOUR BIBLE

Trash Your Bible is all about you loving, engaging with and encountering the Word of God.

It is a book by book Bible study going through both the Old and New Testaments to give you a solid foundation in the historical context, themes and theology found in each book.

You will have a new experience with your Bible and God as you study the Bible book by book.

From the Journal

A man lifts his hands in worship and healing at C3 Avalon

10 Scriptures to Declare for Healing

By C3 Church | April 21, 2018

We are confident that healing is for everyone as Exodus 15:26 tells us that God is ‘the Lord who heals us’. Isaiah 53:4-5, Matthew 8:17 and 1 Peter 2:24 tell us that Jesus, on the Cross, bore our sicknesses and…

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A young woman reads her Bible on a table

Culture: The Word

By C3 Church | April 18, 2018

This post is adapted from Pastor Phil Pringle’s messages at the C3 Oxford Falls 10am and 6pm services on Sunday 8 April. Watch the messages here.  ‘All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for…

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Read the Bible

By C3 Church | October 10, 2017

  WHY YOU SHOULD READ YOUR BIBLE.   Have you ever been really lost, without a map or GPS? It is the worst feeling: not knowing where to go or which direction to walk in.  As Christians, we don’t need…

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