Monthly Archives: July 2012

Don’t Judge Me. Please.

We’ve been going through an interesting series at evening church this month. It’s about Biblical responses to common secular concerns. Like abortion, wealth (aka the “prosperity gospel”) and homosexuality. Tough topics to tackle and definitely worth tackling. Actually, they’re┬áreally tough … Continue reading

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Accepting friendship

One problem with owning an old sports car is that they need a lot more TLC than a modern ordinary car. That’s not to say they can’t be reliable. It’s just that it takes a lot of work to get … Continue reading

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Should I be enjoying my Bible Study?

As is typical for most mainstream, somewhat evangelical churches, I belong to a Bible Study group. We meet once a week, generally working our way through a published bible study and ask questions and come up with answers about the … Continue reading

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Priorities, One.

Our church is shifting the Sunday morning music practice from before the service to the evening of the Wednesday before. I imagine this is going to be passing strange for everyone involved. I’ve done it before – in a previous … Continue reading

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A Starting Point

I like going to my church, most of the time. For the most part, I like the people there. I enjoy what I have to bring to the worship and other things I do to contribute. But it’s a small … Continue reading

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All Quiet On This Front

No self-grandisement. No flailing confetti. Just a start. This is the start of a conversation; a conversation with, well… with myself. A sort of journalling as I admit a few things about Life, The Universe And Everything. Especially as it … Continue reading

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