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“…so undeserving and yet so desired”

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What must I do to be saved? Last week when Mark gave us children’s responses to this question, did you chuckle?….oh kids, they sort of get the message. What must we do to be saved? ” It is by faith we are saved, there is nothing we can do to be right with God. A […]

Facing a post Covid-19 World

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Our world has radically changed since the Covid outbreak. As social distancing restrictions are starting to lift, there are genuine concerns that this is not the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel. Even if the health crisis passes, the personal, social and economic impact of this pandemic will be felt for many years […]

My Autistic Son Changed My Life – Surprised by the Blessings

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Publicly, it seemed like Stephanie had the perfect life. She was a talented concert pianist and the wife of a successful businessman but privately, she struggled almost daily ‘against the depression and stigma that came with being the mother of a severely handicapped son’. Her oldest son, Joseph (they have five children) was born with […]

Facing Your Trials

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This week I received an update from a ‘significant’ leader of our movement, and a great guy, Stewart Piper, which included his reflections on facing his personal trial. I felt to share it with you.  “On this day 12 months ago, I underwent surgery to have my prostate removed to treat the malignant cancer… I […]

Everyone needs the gospel (Rom 1:18-32)

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We’ll learn in today’s sermon that everyone NEEDS the gospel. I totally agree. But think: For people to learn about Jesus, ask him to turn their lives around, and grow as disciples requires that the Christian scriptures be available in a media and a language they understand. In the missions world, we call working out […]