Since I came back from the Philippines, this is the bible passage that keeps jumping out at me. Luke 4: 16-21 He (Jesus) went to Nazareth, where he had been brought up, and on the Sabbath day he went into the synagogue, as was his custom. He stood up to read, and the scroll of the prophet Isaiah […]Read more "What I found in the Philippines."
12 months down the track after having the idea, it is awesome to see it starting to come to fruition. Here’s some things I learned doing this one…Read more "Stuff you learn doing custom guitars 3."
It’s occurred to me that anytime we are not satisfied it is because Jesus is our resource and the stuff of this world is our passionRead more "What to get for the person who has everything"
I was trying to think of things that I have learned that will come in handy in the future and the following came to mind after a long, long drive of prayer and just thinking. Leading change in a church context is leading change amidst two beautiful but sometimes volatile things; tradition and volunteers. Change happens […]Read more "Ramblings on change"
Hoodwinked, they have completely gone along with the secular agenda to relegate faith, especially the Christian faith to the purely subjective realmRead more "After the secular chips…. and failing."
It will no doubt grieve you to hear that I have recently had a bout of man-flu. Yes it is a thing. Such suffering can give ear to spiritual truths hitherto unknown to the soul. Ok, fine, I’ll drop the joke, but not the lesson. Here’s the lesson: I have given up on cold-and-flu tablets, […]Read more "The difference between panadol and garlic tabs."
Let me ask you a question: are you just about done? Are you seriously tempted to throw in the towel? Maybe on your faith? Maybe on family? Maybe on church? Maybe, dare I say….on life itself? Hear me out for just a second; I first became a Christian one night as a primary school kid, […]Read more "Last legs"