Monthly Archives: September 2012

This is what a church should do.

I didn’t feel like fronting up to church this morning. Part of it was a headache, most of it was a distinct lack of enthusiasm for being there. Yet many of the people who attend I know and love, so … Continue reading

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What is relevance?

That is, how does the outworking of one’s faith in normal life? It is the perrenial question. Many Christian writers and churches grapple with this, as do many Christians, church-goers or not. Trouble is, working in the church (as most … Continue reading

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Are You Okay?

It was “R U OK?” day the other day. Last Thursday, in fact. The point of “R U OK?” day was to increase awareness of things like depression and battles with personal problems that often go unacknowledged and unrecognised. But … Continue reading

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Praying to a God you’re uncertain about

I don’t think I have a much of an audience here. But that’s okay. Sometimes it is okay to waffle on without an audience. I got asked to pray last night at my bible study. This I haven’t done for … Continue reading

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