Category Archives: Personal reflection

Cyber Space…a mission frontier.

  A friend of mine, Ben Larkin has explored for some time the idea of being an online missionary through the media of online gaming. In the past, I have used email, blogging and Facebook reasonably effectively to communicate with … Continue reading

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Context, context, context.

As readers of God’s word, we need to have the mindset of a detective and follow the trails. When reading a verse or passage we need to take it within the context of all Scripture and more importantly, back track … Continue reading

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Excitement for a new daily record is short lived.

I looked at my stat’s counter this afternoon and was excited; for according to the stats I broke my record for daily views. However when I looked closer; nearly 1/2 of those stat’s were from a spam site… It goes … Continue reading

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Are you self sufficient or a global communicative member?

Its 1:49am… I’m up and about having woken up from a coughing fit. It’s way to early in the morning to write anything nearly coherent; so excuse my ramble….yet for some reason I was thinking about the idea of individuality … Continue reading

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Living in the now and not yet; combining disability and faith

The theme of my daily devotional this morning was on Praying with Conviction. One of its passages to reflect on was written by Max Lucado. How vital that we pray, armed with the knowledge that God is in heaven. Pray … Continue reading

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Pastors of significance.

During the course of my life I have encountered a number of Pastors / Church groups who have helped my significantly in my faith journey. Here is a Chronological order of what they have meant to me.. Ages 6-13 Went … Continue reading

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So what if my faith is a crutch….perhaps you need one too?

I have often heard others deride Christianity by saying its only a crutch to get by on. I laugh at Christians who get flustered and try and explain why its not a crutch. Well; I want to say it is … Continue reading

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Haggai reflection: Are you truly content?

Haggai has much to say to us about the current global financial instability and the resulting emotional upheaval within society. He addresses the issues of inflation and the discontentedness of materialism more so then do all of all the prophets. … Continue reading

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Habakkuk reflection: God is with us.

Habbakuk is the must read book in times of trouble. For in times of trouble it’s natural that we turn to and embrace and wrestle with God. And this is what his name means… to wrestle or embrace. In times … Continue reading

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Weekly Reflection; Nahum

The prophetic book of Nahum is interesting for a number of reasons. 1. Its structure is more poetic than the others. 2. Its intent seems to one of gloating and glee over the misfortune and total destruction of Nineveh. I … Continue reading

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