We cannot lose sight of the bigger picture and forsake having a vision that is beyond ourselves.
We must always be on the lookout for whatever needs might arise in our neighbourhood. When we serve, we realize how much we need each other.
When people “stop believing in God they don’t believe in nothing; they believe in anything” are the famous words of GK Chesterton that continue to speak volumes in our post-modern society today.
When we as followers of Jesus face adversity, there ought to be no fear of death but the challenge of how we can be leading others to be making the most of the here and now for the sake of the Gospel.
Australia as a nation, we ought to humble ourselves before God once again to become the Great South Land of the Holy Spirit and come to know His word.
Every step that we take, every decision that we make, and every word that is uttered is a determination from our faith
It is time that we reflect on the role of women in our society and afford all whom have been created in God’s image the dignified celebration and recognition of their humanity.
Lord Jesus, help me to know what the right words are, guide me as I speak and correct me when I fall short of your intent. Let me be fruitful to produce faith and love.
It is only through the power of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ that encourages us to first repent, and subsequently live in light of the Cross, that we can bridge the widening gulf of faith and belief in our society.
Philosophy is foundational to every walk of life even if we do not ascribe a label to a particular way of thought or lifestyle that drives our decision making and lived experiences
Regular church-folk find such Christian-ese tolerable. And for the unchurched, they are the reason why Christians seem weird. How’s your Christian-ese?
A new understanding of Christianity in modern Australia’s founding is as radical as calls for changing Australia Day but vitally important