Have you ever had to make a decision for the sake of one group of people that you know will adversely affect others? How do you know which one is the right one? For me, in my position it has to be for the good of God’s people first and foremost. If something starts to […]Read more "Why God helps us."
How do smoke Eliphaz out as a liar if you didn’t have the ‘bookends’ of Job’s story?Read more "The order matters."
So recently at Waratah, I have been on a bit of a bandwagon of empowering lay people to step into more spaces of ministry leadership. I am completely aware that in doing so I am possibly running the risk of crafting some well fashioned rods for my own back in future. More on that in […]Read more "Just go with it."
“That I would be able to set boundaries on my life so as to provide space for my relationship with God to develop.” My mouth hit the floor as I heard it. It was a blessing to have my folks sleep over at our house recently. Chatting with mum, chatting with dad both one on […]Read more "The best prayer point I’ve ever heard asked for."
Continuing on from Part 1 and for that matter, reflections on 2 Corinthians. Everything is rubbish next to knowing Jesus. True joy results in overflowing generosity. Therefore, it is possible (as ridiculous as it seems) to avoid joy in order to avoid giving. The life of faith is not about gathering resources to increase effectiveness, […]Read more "Everyday with God in 2017. Part 2"
Well, Feb has been and gone…again. Of course it was a big February for me taking on a new role and yet it was so good to be grounded in something familiar. There’s something in February that is always the same no matter what else is going on in my life. As I have mentioned […]Read more "Everyday with God in 2017. Part 1"
I’ve found that the most effective question to ask when trying to mobilise a volunteer workforce is: what is the alternative currency? The answer: Time.Read more "What’s your currency?"