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Music w/ Eric Allen

11:00 am 4:00 pm

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Music w/ Eric Allen

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Live in the Light

Live in the Light

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Weekdays (Mon-Fri) 11:30 am 12:00 pm

Live in the Light

Live in the Light exists to see radical transformation in God’s people through the revelation of God’s truth. We believe that through the faithful and passionate preaching of God’s Word, disciples will be made and the church will be strengthened. Our prayer is as people are impacted by Live in the Light they will be renewed in mind, reinforced in faith, and resolved in will to live in Jesus Christ.

Robbie Symons is the founding Pastor of Harvest Oakville, and the voice of Live in the Light. His greatest passion is to see Jesus Christ glorified as people realize their potential only through His amazing power. Robbie went on air in 2014, and has been speaking of the power and grace of the Lord and sharing His teachings through Live in the Light since. Robbie and his wife Gillian live in Burlington, Ontario with their four children.

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Latest Episodes

I Have Loved You P2

Today we begin a new series in the book of Malachi. God's people have returned from exile to Judah. Their expectation is for prosperity, peace and God's glorious presence. Instead, they are disillusioned to find that all they had hoped for is unrealized. Soon their spiritual zeal is diminished and their worship becomes empty, even hypocritical. The Isaraelites question God's love for them and accuse him of abandoning his chosen people. They allow their circumstances to become an indicator of God's love. Malachi reminds us that God's love is eternal, cannot be measured by human standards or circumstances, and is never to be underestimated! God is calling his loved ones to restoration and repentance. He promises, 'Return to me, and I will return to you'.

I Have Loved You P2

Today we begin a new series in the book of Malachi. God's people have returned from exile to Judah. Their expectation is for prosperity, peace and God's glorious presence. Instead, they are disillusioned to find that all they had hoped for is unrealized. Soon their spiritual zeal is diminished and their worship becomes empty, even hypocritical. The Isaraelites question God's love for them and accuse him of abandoning his chosen people. They allow their circumstances to become an indicator of God's love. Malachi reminds us that God's love is eternal, cannot be measured by human standards or circumstances, and is never to be underestimated! God is calling his loved ones to restoration and repentance. He promises, 'Return to me, and I will return to you'.

i Have Loved You

Today we begin a new series in the book of Malachi. God's people have returned from exile to Judah. Their expectation is for prosperity, peace and God's glorious presence. Instead, they are disillusioned to find that all they had hoped for is unrealized. Soon their spiritual zeal is diminished and their worship becomes empty, even hypocritical. The Isaraelites question God's love for them and accuse him of abandoning his chosen people. They allow their circumstances to become an indicator of God's love. Malachi reminds us that God's love is eternal, cannot be measured by human standards or circumstances, and is never to be underestimated! God is calling his loved ones to restoration and repentance. He promises, 'Return to me, and I will return to you'.

Mercy... Gotta Give It! P2

Jesus showered his love, compassion and mercy on the very people that the world overlooked. He plainly tells us in Matthew 5:7 'Blessed are the merciful for they shall receive mercy'. Christ calls us to show love and hospitality to others with a genuine heart of mercy. We are to be agents of grace and he himself modelled this for us throughout his life on earth. When we show love to the 'least of these', we show love to Christ!

Mercy... Gotta Give It!

Jesus showered his love, compassion and mercy on the very people that the world overlooked. He plainly tells us in Matthew 5:7 'Blessed are the merciful for they shall receive mercy'. Christ calls us to show love and hospitality to others with a genuine heart of mercy. We are to be agents of grace and he himself modelled this for us throughout his life on earth. When we show love to the 'least of these', we show love to Christ!

2019033031 KW Atonement - We Were Separated - Reconciled

Colossians 1: 21-23

2019030203 RS - The Bible As One Book - The Proclaimed Kingdom

2 Corinthians 4: 1-18

20190128 Hope And Holiness - Part A - God's At Work 6BWK5D1

1 Peter 2:4–10

20190226 Because I Said So - A Non - Negotiable Authority - Mandatory 4AWK9D2

2 Timothy 4:1–5

2019011920 RS - The Bible As One Book - The Pattern Of The Kingdom

Genesis 1-2