Tag Archives: Faith

Give to Caesar’ and give to God what is theirs.

I was watching the Bible Stories on television tonight. Well, really I was playing a online game, whilst having an ear open for what was being shown. The story was told where Jesus was asked if they should pay taxes … Continue reading

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Some thoughts for today.

Around the social networks I inhabit there is a bit of talk about repentance and so I want to add my own thoughts to it. Repentance is always turning back to God. It’s a change of position; one in which … Continue reading

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Rethinking ministry.

During December a number of things caught me by surprise. A family issue saw me dropping things to take my son on a mini road trip through our Snowy Mountain regions. Lack of cash over the Christmas period got me … Continue reading

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Book Extract. Dear Son – third letter

The book I am writing is about a son who lost his dad to cancer when he was five years old. He is left an inheritance in the form of a bulging suitcase. The instructions are that he is to … Continue reading

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We can go to Christ anytime!

Have you ever thought that the reason we can go to Christ any time, any place when ever we are having a good time or a bad time, is because he is already and always there with us and for … Continue reading

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The cart and the horse or is it the horse and the cart?

I have been thinking about the role of Scripture within the framework of faith. One doesn’t have to search far within cyber space to find discussions and discussions and arguments and disagreements about the nature and place of Scripture within … Continue reading

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Preaching that connects.

I believe that our preachers need to be preachers who connect. To connect with those we are preaching to, we need to  know  their narrative story. Who are we preaching to. What are their age. What is their current circumstances. … 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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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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