So, if we get to a place where we have been able to carve out some time for quietness, where do we start? What do we say? Many say it’s hard to know just how to begin, the mind wanders, words fail. God’s word gives us a wonderful framework for praise. This Sunday we’ll look […]
This week we take a different tack. I’d like to explore the passion of the Psalms. These songs of the faithful bring us face to face with a vibrant spirituality – a voice we really need to hear, and a path we really need to tread. This Sunday we’ll look at Psalm 103, and have […]
We often get focussed and caught up in the worries and chaos of this world. In doing so we can lose sight of God’s work in this world. Elisha’s servant was so like us, seeing only what was ahead of him, he was afraid, but Elisha could see what God was doing. Elisha prayed, “O […]
How will you respond when people insult you or cause you to suffer because you are a Christian? What if it were Rehoboth College, and not the Islamic College in Thornlie that was firebombed? What would we do? Could it be that there are challenging days ahead for Christian and the church?
Peter has spent some time talking to slaves and women – two of the most vulnerable groups in Graeco-Roman society. Now he turned his attention to men. In just one verse he outlines a charter for husbands which even men today will find challenging and transformational. Read ahead at 1 Peter 3:7