Monthly Archives: November 2011

Wanted. Bible app for Android phone.

My wife and I were blessed to be able to get new phones yesterday. We choose the Samsung Galaxy S. While not the most recent technology, they are sill better than what we previously had and are still up there … Continue reading

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The pastors role is to teach God’s people to see.

I believe one of the integral roles of the pastor is to be a person who see’s. Within the framework of seeing, the pastor is to be a person who teaches the congregation to see. For we are called to … Continue reading

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The resurrection.

The question about the resurrection of Christ has to be one of the most significant and important questions one can ever ask. Within the framework of intellectual honesty; it cannot be dismissed with glib answers. The Apostle Paul said that … Continue reading

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A curse on generational curses.

I have heard the subject of ‘generational curses’ spoken about many times, by many people in many places. More often then not, the conversation or teaching goes along the lines that you have curses on your life because of the … Continue reading

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A day among days.

Our church held a Creating Safe Spaces workshop today. Which is something that every one within the Baptist church here in NSW are encouraged to attend. And indeed its compulsory for every one who has any formal ministry connection within … Continue reading

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I’m a “Deviant."

 Yesterday morning, I wrote briefly about the conclusion of a Critical Reflection assignment I had to present to class. In it I mentioned how in many ways I am an outsider. Through feed back from the lecturer,  I found out … Continue reading

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Failing Forward.

The other day I was in a bit of a melancholy reflective mood and wrote some poetry about finding peace.   This morning I would like to expand a little more on what I wrote about the ache of the soul. … Continue reading

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Identity.

I am presenting a paper to class today about the sociological factors that have shaped my identity. In it I concluded how in many ways I am an outsider. In conclusion, there are a large number of social determents that … Continue reading

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