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Last week I posted suggesting research says we should be careful how we study – following on from that the video below has some idea that the internet might be killing your brain. (By the way I don’t think the … Continue reading
Today is Pentecost Sunday. Celebrated wildly by some denominations (and less so by other notable ones.) This day in simplicity I pray in accordance with the teaching of Jesus in Luke 11, “And I tell you, ask, and it will … Continue reading
No cartoon today. Surely you should love your pastor but isn’t this taking it too far?
This morning I did a quick devotional reading of Mark 5:25-34 for a group of ladies from Dimapur – these are the notes (though I think I only got through about the first few pages, not even getting to the … Continue reading
In case you don’t know I post many presentations to Slideshare where they are available for you to look at, download, abuse…or whatever – and the good news is you don’t need to look at mine, there are lots and … Continue reading
The other day my middle daughter, Grace, asked me if she could listen to music whilst she studied. (I know many of you would be amazed she would ask about that rather than just do it.) We talked and agreed … Continue reading
During the revival that Jonathan Edwards experienced in New England he was told that any manifestation of the Spirit of God would (essentially) be the same as those seen in revivals of the past. Part of his reply was to … Continue reading
Reading David Garland’s commentary on Mark 5:25ff – the incident where the woman who sneaks up behind Jesus in order to touch his robe and get healed – he makes this comment regarding the woman, “Being female, impure, dishonoured, and destitute … Continue reading
I have recently started reading Real-Life Discipleship Training Manual: Equipping Disciples Who Make Disciples by Jim Putnam et al. In one of the early sections these two question are posed, If Christianity were a team sport and the church were Christ’s … Continue reading
I am strongly opinionated – maybe that is why so often there appears to be an elephant in the room.