Paul wrote this poem, after reading a Facebook post by a Bible teacher that he listens to a lot… They were all sat at the table,Eating and drinking with friends,The thieves, the drunks, the addictsAll sinners in the the end.They all spoke loud and proud,All wanting to be heard,One who was different joined us,His presence … Continue reading They were all sat at the table
Maybe God doesn’t send anymore?
A thought flashed in my mind - “maybe God doesn’t send anymore! Is that where the problem lies?” Paul and I had been chatting about an increasing generational gap in people going into missions. Where are the ones God is sending particularly to the indigenous communities in Australia. And more specifically for the long haul? … Continue reading Maybe God doesn’t send anymore?
Ministering or Transacting? Recovering from seasons of struggle.
Our family has had an interesting week to say the least. It’s sparked some reflection, some readjusting and some steep learning curves. As I was looking through my draft posts, I discovered this one and thought it was timely to post. There’s a link between the words ‘ministry’ and ‘administration’ so I looked up both … Continue reading Ministering or Transacting? Recovering from seasons of struggle.
The Unchosen Places
I didn’t choose this, and if I did have a choice I probably wouldn’t of. I just found myself here, certain God was leading. A lot of our decisions are made like this, we see a need and feel prompted by the Spirit to attend. Whether we have resources on hand or not, we believe … Continue reading The Unchosen Places
Finish the Race – Lessons from a ParkRun
Philippians 3:12-16 (NIV) Not that I have already obtained all this, or have already arrived at my goal, but I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me. Brothers and sisters, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: … Continue reading Finish the Race – Lessons from a ParkRun