Looking at a portion of Jesus’ prayer that we find in the Gospel of John. This prayer is known as Jesus’ Highly Priestly prayer. Jesus prays for all believers that “all of them may be one” with each other. God calls believers to be one not only in each other but in God as well.

This is what the Christian community is all about: to be one in each other and God, and the purpose of living in such a community is to support one another, grow and help others grow in Christ’s likeness. How does this prayer challenge your faith?

On Trinity Sunday, we conclude our series on the Doctrine of the Trinity. Rev. Nadeem focuses on a profound event recorded in the Gospel of Mark chapter one, the baptism of Jesus Christ. He talks about the oneness of the three persons: Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. How do they work in the lives of Christians?

We can picture in our minds the first two persons of the trinity, God the father, and God the Son. But when it comes to the third person, God the Holy Spirit mostly people cannot think beyond the symbols of a wind, or fire, or dove or clouds. Because of our limited imagination of the Holy Spirit, we often overlook or even underestimate the work that the third person of the trinity does in our lives, and in the life of the body of Christ, the church.

On Trinity Sunday we remember the descending of the Holy Spirit. Rev. Nadeem reminds us the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives and in the life of the church.

Rev. Nadeem continues to talk about the Trinity and clears some misunderstandings about this mystery. He focuses on the second person of the Trinity, Jesus Christ, and talks about what it means for us as believers, to believe IN God the Son, the second person of the trinity?

The concept of a triune God is indeed complex but critical to our Christian faith. However, merely believing the Trinity is not enough. We must understand the complexity of this unique concept of God and be prepared to defend it with confidence. For the next three weeks, Rev. Nadeem will be preaching on the subject of the Doctrine of the Trinity. This Sunday, he focuses on the first person of the Trinity, God the Father.

Focuses on Apostle Paul’s letter to the Romans and teaches that divisions in the Church is not a new idea. The early church struggled with dissension even as we do today. What does it mean for us living in 21st century?

The Bible is full miracle stories, and one of these we find in 1 Samuel 7:7-12. The passage tells that the Israelites were in great fear when the Philistines came up to attack them. They asked Samuel to pray to God on their behalf. When Samuel cried out to God, God answered and did a miracle. And the tables were turned. Defeating Philistines was a miracle. Have you ever prayed for a miracle to occur in your life or in the life of someone you love?  In this sermon Rev. Nadeem talks about the power of the prayer for miracle.

The great prophet Elijah had a time in his life when he did not know where to turn.  He needed to have some insight from God about the direction he should take.  God was more than willing to speak to him if Elijah gave him the time. In the sermon Rev. Nadeem talks about two ways to seek God’s guidance for ourselves or those we love.

Our prayer may not be answered as we desire, but our simple devotion of prayer can change our lives and situation we may be in. Daniel was a man who knew God’s will for his daily life.  The reason was that prayer was a daily habit of his life that enabled him to develop a wonderful relationship to the Lord.  In the sermon Rev. Nadeem talks about devotion of prayer and why is it so essential for our lives.

Jesus Resurrection is a true news, not a made-up story. In the sermon Rev. Nadeem offers at least three reasons to support the resurrection as a true event. He also invites you to receive a spiritual resurrection on this day, which is to die to your old life and resurrect to a new in Jesus Christ.

“Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!” On Palm Sunday, amid the excitement of the crowd, Jesus entered triumphantly into the city of Jerusalem. But it is also important to capture the irony of the day. For as Jesus continued his journey towards the cross the crowd’s cries changed to shouts of “Crucify him!” Palm Sunday reminds us Jesus’ passion for humans.

Jesus began his journey to the cross realizing what was going to happen.  He knew that his human life was finite and using his time well was important.  We are called to follow Jesus and live as he lived. Following Christ requires that we stop doing all the things we want to do and actually follow Christ. In the sermon Pastor Nadeem talks about what it means to putting down our own self-determination for the sake of experiencing abundant life that Christ offers.