The Foundation of Our Faith

1 Corinthians 15:1-11


The Resurrection is foundational, historical, and transformational. Corinth had made their religion and reputation their foundation because they were the best church of its time. They knew the scriptures, they have seen and performed signs and wonders. Paul reminded them the foundations of the Gospel to remind them that the resurrection is the prime doctrine of Christianity, and the foundation of our faith.

We do not believe in vain. The cross has overthrown the grave, putting death to death and giving us eternal life. Let us hold fast to the foundation of our faith, The Gospel that Christ died for our sins and rose from the dead that we might live resurrected lives for Him.

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9 Aug 2020

Andy Pearce

Andy is the Executive Pastor at City on a Hill Melbourne. British by birth, but Australian by choice. He is husband to Kim and Dad to Jonny, Dexter, Arthur, Henry, and Stanley. He loves Jesus and loves people. He is particularly passionate about making, maturing, and mobilising disciples of Jesus and seeing God’s people on mission; making Jesus known wherever in all walks of life. Andy became a Christian at the age of 18 after hearing the gospel at my school and a Christian holiday camp in England. Since then he has served Jesus as a student, in the workplace, and now in vocational ministry. Before hearing hear God’s call to vocational ministry, Andy spent ten years working in digital advertising in the UK and Australia. With more and more time doing church ministry and gospel outreach, Andy started a new chapter and studied at Moore Theological College in Sydney and then as a pastor in Sydney before moving to Melbourne to City on a Hill. Andy is a passionate creative, a wannabe gardener, and a proud MAMIL (Middle Aged Man in Lycra).

9 Aug 2020

Andy Pearce

Andy is the Executive Pastor at City on a Hill Melbourne. British by birth, but Australian by choice. He is husband to Kim and Dad to Jonny, Dexter, Arthur, Henry, and Stanley. He loves Jesus and loves people. He is particularly passionate about making, maturing, and mobilising disciples of Jesus and seeing God’s people on mission; making Jesus known wherever in all walks of life. Andy became a Christian at the age of 18 after hearing the gospel at my school and a Christian holiday camp in England. Since then he has served Jesus as a student, in the workplace, and now in vocational ministry. Before hearing hear God’s call to vocational ministry, Andy spent ten years working in digital advertising in the UK and Australia. With more and more time doing church ministry and gospel outreach, Andy started a new chapter and studied at Moore Theological College in Sydney and then as a pastor in Sydney before moving to Melbourne to City on a Hill. Andy is a passionate creative, a wannabe gardener, and a proud MAMIL (Middle Aged Man in Lycra).

9 Aug 2020

Andy Pearce

Andy is the Executive Pastor at City on a Hill Melbourne. British by birth, but Australian by choice. He is husband to Kim and Dad to Jonny, Dexter, Arthur, Henry, and Stanley. He loves Jesus and loves people. He is particularly passionate about making, maturing, and mobilising disciples of Jesus and seeing God’s people on mission; making Jesus known wherever in all walks of life. Andy became a Christian at the age of 18 after hearing the gospel at my school and a Christian holiday camp in England. Since then he has served Jesus as a student, in the workplace, and now in vocational ministry. Before hearing hear God’s call to vocational ministry, Andy spent ten years working in digital advertising in the UK and Australia. With more and more time doing church ministry and gospel outreach, Andy started a new chapter and studied at Moore Theological College in Sydney and then as a pastor in Sydney before moving to Melbourne to City on a Hill. Andy is a passionate creative, a wannabe gardener, and a proud MAMIL (Middle Aged Man in Lycra).

9 Aug 2020

Andy Pearce

Andy is the Executive Pastor at City on a Hill Melbourne. British by birth, but Australian by choice. He is husband to Kim and Dad to Jonny, Dexter, Arthur, Henry, and Stanley. He loves Jesus and loves people. He is particularly passionate about making, maturing, and mobilising disciples of Jesus and seeing God’s people on mission; making Jesus known wherever in all walks of life. Andy became a Christian at the age of 18 after hearing the gospel at my school and a Christian holiday camp in England. Since then he has served Jesus as a student, in the workplace, and now in vocational ministry. Before hearing hear God’s call to vocational ministry, Andy spent ten years working in digital advertising in the UK and Australia. With more and more time doing church ministry and gospel outreach, Andy started a new chapter and studied at Moore Theological College in Sydney and then as a pastor in Sydney before moving to Melbourne to City on a Hill. Andy is a passionate creative, a wannabe gardener, and a proud MAMIL (Middle Aged Man in Lycra).

9 Aug 2020

Andy Pearce

Andy is the Executive Pastor at City on a Hill Melbourne. British by birth, but Australian by choice. He is husband to Kim and Dad to Jonny, Dexter, Arthur, Henry, and Stanley. He loves Jesus and loves people. He is particularly passionate about making, maturing, and mobilising disciples of Jesus and seeing God’s people on mission; making Jesus known wherever in all walks of life. Andy became a Christian at the age of 18 after hearing the gospel at my school and a Christian holiday camp in England. Since then he has served Jesus as a student, in the workplace, and now in vocational ministry. Before hearing hear God’s call to vocational ministry, Andy spent ten years working in digital advertising in the UK and Australia. With more and more time doing church ministry and gospel outreach, Andy started a new chapter and studied at Moore Theological College in Sydney and then as a pastor in Sydney before moving to Melbourne to City on a Hill. Andy is a passionate creative, a wannabe gardener, and a proud MAMIL (Middle Aged Man in Lycra).

9 Aug 2020

Andy Pearce

Andy is the Executive Pastor at City on a Hill Melbourne. British by birth, but Australian by choice. He is husband to Kim and Dad to Jonny, Dexter, Arthur, Henry, and Stanley. He loves Jesus and loves people. He is particularly passionate about making, maturing, and mobilising disciples of Jesus and seeing God’s people on mission; making Jesus known wherever in all walks of life. Andy became a Christian at the age of 18 after hearing the gospel at my school and a Christian holiday camp in England. Since then he has served Jesus as a student, in the workplace, and now in vocational ministry. Before hearing hear God’s call to vocational ministry, Andy spent ten years working in digital advertising in the UK and Australia. With more and more time doing church ministry and gospel outreach, Andy started a new chapter and studied at Moore Theological College in Sydney and then as a pastor in Sydney before moving to Melbourne to City on a Hill. Andy is a passionate creative, a wannabe gardener, and a proud MAMIL (Middle Aged Man in Lycra).