John 8:12-30 Timing can be everything when it comes to truth. But, I don’t think that there ever would be a right time for the religious leaders to hear this next truth that was spoken by Jesus. His words were a direct confrontation to the lie. But, from what I know of Jesus he was never going to . . .
And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise.Philippians 4:8 “In difficult times carry something beautiful in your heart.” Blaise . . .
The Good Shepherd The Lord is my soul mate, who never loses sight of me. He gives more than I ask, more than I can imagine. The boundary lines He leads me to Are pleasant, full of abundant goodness, generous provision. Though He may lead me through places called ‘difficulty’ or . . .
Neil Hall has been over in Papua New Guinea at a village called Kiru, a couple of hours from Port Moresby. On this visit, their task was to repair blades on a wind turbine they erected on a previous visit. The wind turbines provide power to aid the work of translating The Jesus Film into the many . . .
At our Planning & Discernment Day for the beginning of 2016 we had a time of reflection around Psalm 24. The wide range of responses that came from people in our church in this time of reflection were truly inspiring. This is what came out of Keith's reflection on Psalm . . .
The kids looked at the Parable of the Prodigal Son this morning. This is a modern spin on the parable for the kids today. -Luke 'Dad's Love' There was a dad who had two kids, a daughter, and a son. The dad loved his kids, and he liked to play fun games with them. The son, who . . .
This is a spin on the parable of 'The Good Samaritan' (Luke 10:30-35), which was shared with the kids last week. It was funny to hear the kids' replies about who was the one that did what God wanted; "The naughty kid... Oh no, not the naughty kid... Was he the naughty . . .