The End Game

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As I sat with the young couple for a pre-marriage counselling session, I shared with them the secret to a stress free wedding! “The secret is…” I began, “… to simply keep the glory of God as … Read More

On fearing God

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When the bible commends to us the ‘fear of God’, it can initially be a little unsettling. Attempts to play down the meaning of the word ‘fear’ in the New Testament can often be driven by fear. … Read More

Is the church heater working?

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With winter closing in on us, it’s timely that we check to see if the church heater is working. This church tradition is not new… there’s a story of it happening as early as the 1800’s. Nico … Read More

The heart of the matter

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No doubt you’ve heard of the term, ‘broken-hearted’. What a sad idiom. The heart is often thought of as: the spirit of a person, our true self, our core, the centre of our being and … Read More

On Abiding

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“How cool, imagine making a Skype video call whilst flying over the Indian Ocean?” Initially we were marvelling at the possibility of internet connections mid flight! But it wasn’t long before Johnathan Macris and I were actually … Read More

How to love God, Pt.2

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Years ago, my wife Bron was chatting with another woman after a bible study they both attended. She had just asked this rather petite young mother what she did before she had kids. “I’m an … Read More

How to love God

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Imagine turning up for a date with your beloved but instead of an actual person, only their picture stares at you across the table. It’s a sad thought. Why? Because you only have the memory of … Read More

Believing is seeing

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They say that ‘seeing’ is ‘believing’ but I’m not so sure. I actually think that ‘believing’ is ‘seeing’. Consider this prayer of Paul. 13“Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and … Read More

Love under a microscope

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If you were to listen only to contemporary voices, you’d be forgiven for thinking that science and religion are at odds with one another. In an upcoming ‘4:12’ elective, Dr. Andrew Brown will address this in depth. As … Read More

New year… new life!

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For Christmas this year, I was given a new novel by John Grisham. He accompanies me each summer and helps to make my holiday complete! Interestingly, many of his more riveting books include stories of people trying to … Read More