Monthly Archives: October 2012

Do husbands really listen to their wives? Milk and eggs

Here’s proof that husbands do listen to their wives.This is a story which is perfectly logical to all males: A wife asks her husband,“Could you please go shopping for me and buy one carton of milk,And if they have eggs, … Continue reading

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A Busy Tuesday.

Yesterday was a busy day for me. In the morning I spoke at Karelle’s Thanks Giving service. In sharing some of the story of our current situation, some of our gaols and aims for the future and while thanking the … Continue reading

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If Jesus was an Aussie….

I was having a chat with someone today who said I wonder what Jesus would say if he was an Australian. We joked around a bit, but the stream of thought fully remained and hence I thought I would write … Continue reading

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Missional Church

Mike Frost was recently in Texas and preached the following sermon. http://vimeo.com/51452260  In it he tells the story of a pastor he met in the Philippines who works in a ghetto / slum area, and took him for a tour … Continue reading

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Beside Still Waters.

My wife and I spent a weeks holiday on a houseboat last week. We hired the boat called Leo, from Paradise Afloat Houseboats, and spent 5 days exploring the mid – upper section of the Hawksbury River to the nth / … Continue reading

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God’s secret wisdom.

Paul speaks in 1st Corinthians about God’s secret wisdom. And what is that secret wisdom? It’s none other then Jesus Christ, who was destined for our glory before time began. The secret of God’s wisdom is that in Christ, all … Continue reading

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Reading reflection 2.

I found Witherington’s description of paganism / pagan religion, in which the worshipper was always caught in the need for now truly fascinating – where the idea of salvation always had to be one of personal blessing, health, wealth, position, … Continue reading

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