Monthly Archives: October 2011

The preacher and the sermon.

I received this email from someone who was at church yesterday. Craig: your passion is an amazing thing to see. I won’t say you were preaching this morning; cause you weren’t. You were reaching into your heart and sharing it … Continue reading

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We have been preaching through the book of Mark at church in the morning service and I had the privilege of  preaching the 2nd last sermon of the series…which I entitled  “Where is God when we feel forsaken” The text … Continue reading

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The struggles of life…

Have you ever felt forsaken?

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Team Pyro still making straw man arguments.

The Team Pyro are at it again. Busy making rhetorical straw man arguments and tearing them down. Such as their latest post here where they make the following inane comment about prophecy. However, if you are a really-really “continuationist,” then … Continue reading

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The passing of Steve Jobs

If Steve Jobs had been anonymously poor – there would have still been family and friends who would grieve over their loss and be in pain at this time. We can no longer pray for Steve.  For his family and … Continue reading

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Psalm 22 is key to understanding ‘Christs cry of forsakenness.’

The following verse is often understood in many conservative circles to mean that God turned his face away from his son and abandoned him on the cross. And in that moment of detachment the emotional pain of being separated from … Continue reading

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