Monthly Archives: February 2015

Decisions Decisions! and How I Make Them As a Christian

Making decisions as a Christian is not an easy business. This is because in all Christian decision making is the question of ‘Where is God in this for me?’ or more pointedly perhaps ‘What is God’s will for me?” What … Continue reading

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On Asking Questions and Having Answers

A friend of mine often says, “I am tired of the people who think that they have all the answers. I think it is more important to ask the right questions, than to have the answers.’ When I hear him … Continue reading

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Why Our Congregation ‘s Motto is “Surprisingly Different”

When we set up our new web site, the ‘web builder’ asked me to make up a kind of ‘catch phrase’ which would go on our headline banner. I thought a lot, and finally we came up with “St. John’s: … Continue reading

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Christians and the Public Square: Three Things That Governments Are Doing That Are ‘Beastly’, Not ‘Human’

Reflection 8-2-15 At primary school we had to do classes called ‘Citizenship’. We learned about the relationship between citizens and their government. For example, we learned about ‘not talking the law into our own hands.’ This meant that as citizens, … Continue reading

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