Google never forgets. If it is published online, it’s pretty much searchable. This is great when you want to know who came in 2nd in the 1955 Pan American Games in the 100 metre Freestyle event. But it also means that your name can be attached to a life mistake or simply a questionable photo… Read More Google never forgets
This story is only found in Luke. Jesus and his disciples were walking along when ten lepers called out to Jesus (“Jesus, Master, have pity on us!”). A variety of skin diseases were lumped under the umbrella of leprosy at that time. Lepers were considered to be highly contagious and were not allowed to be… Read More The Ten Lepers
Messy Churches are springing up across the Christian landscape and you will most likely find someone near your church has a Messy Church option as part of the diversity of worship services they offer. A cursory glance at Messy Church, with its crafts, deceptive appearance of disorderliness and rambunctiousness might lead one to think that… Read More MESSY CHURCH: ‘Church Light’, I Think Not!
There is a lesson that history and the bible keeps teaching us; that earthly power corrupts. Kings and leaders abuse their power, most often to protect their power or in an effort to gain more. Even in our own lives, the power we have over others can corrupt us too. God answer to this was… Read More Out Of Corruption
I want to speak to you about forgiveness. The passage from Matthews Gospel (Matthew 18:21-35), for this Sunday is all about it. How much are we to forgive as Christians and how absolutely fundamental it is to who we are as Christians. Our reading picks up right where we left off last week where Jesus,… Read More A Family of Forgiveness