We are a company of believers who are pursuing the fullness of the blessing that is in Christ.
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McKenzie Christian Fellowship
Everywhere, there are believers, who are aware they are not enjoying the Christian life as they ought, yet never do anything about it. But there is another category--those who refuse to settle for less than the fullness of that which was purchased at Calvary's Cross.
The Spirit of God uses many processes to awaken His people to the riches available within the Gospel. But perhaps most commonly, He uses human instruments--men and women, whose lives and teaching serve to unlock their understanding and inspire them to give their utmost for His highest.
Over a number of years, many have acknowledged that the Lord used the ministry at McKenzie Fellowship to engage them in that pursuit. A great hymn expresses it this way: “My goal is God Himself, not joy, nor peace, nor even blessing, but Himself, my God. Tis His to lead me there—not mine, but His. At any cost dear Lord, by any road.”
Should this resonate in your heart, consider joining us. You will not find a slick presentation or a huge congregation, but you will find a company of people who share a passion to know Jesus--ever more fully.
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Issues we consider to be important
The Christian life is not merely a lifestyle we are left to imitate--it is the actual life of Jesus-received and expressed through the ministry of the Holy Spirit,
2 Corinthians 4:10
The Gospel, ministered in the power of the Holy Ghost, will always carry a razor sharp cutting edge that will penetrate deep into the epicentre of a man's heart and conscience.
To avoid offending the unconverted, many teachers filter the message of the Cross, But it is offensive only to those who are perishing--to those being saved it is the power of God.
1 Corinthians 1:18
The natural man will always shun the idea of living a life of constant obedience to God. But to the true child of God, it is the key to true freedom and a life of joyful purpose.
Worship and Bible teaching