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Taryn Paynter
Sermon by Taryn Paynter on 20 October 2023
Synopsis: The word ‘woke’ began appearing in the early 1900s and was derived from a dialect known as African-American Vernacular English (AAVE). ‘Woke’ initially referred to being alert to racial prejudice.....
Have you a real God
Sermon by Taryn Paynter on 7 October 2022
Synopsis: Eph 1:17-23 (NIV) I keep asking that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the glorious Father, may give you the Spirit of wisdom and revelation, so that you may know him better. I pray that the eyes.....
Nehemiah - Chapter 6
Sermon by Taryn Paynter on 6 September 2019
Synopsis: In today’s society, there is always a looming threat of potential danger and a constant need to be vigilant. Whether its worrying about our health, the economy, our employment or the possibility of.....
Nehemiah - Chapter 5
Sermon by Taryn Paynter on 19 July 2019
Synopsis: As Christians, we often think of adversity originating from more malevolent sources, forgetting that its source can sometimes originate closer to home. Nehemiah, in previous chapters, had to.....
Nehemiah - Chapter 4
Sermon by Taryn Paynter on 24 May 2019
Synopsis: If we stop our reading at Chapter 3, it would appear the reconstruction of the wall went off without a hitch. Chapter 4 proves that was not the case. Throughout the chapter we can see advances,.....
Nehemiah - Chapter 3
Sermon by Taryn Paynter on 4 May 2019
Synopsis: A look at the walls of Jerusalem and how they portray a picture of the Christian life.
Nehemiah - Chapter 2
Sermon by Taryn Paynter on 5 April 2019
Synopsis: If you were able to end world hunger, improve the economy, leave a legacy... would you? For the most part, I’m sure most people would answer ‘Yes’. How sad then that when burdened by a need, our.....
Nehemiah - Chapter 1
Sermon by Taryn Paynter on 23 February 2019
Synopsis: The cupbearer was a high position in the court. He would have been a handsome man, well-trained in court etiquette. He would have had to be a friendly companion, willing to lend an ear and even to.....