Remember Your Creator

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We’ve just started a new sermon series on the Book of Ecclesiastes.  This book contains the thoughts of a man who reflected deeply on how short and contradictory human life is, with its unexplained injustices and frustrations.  He concludes that life is ‘hebel’ – like a breath or vapour, life is temporary, elusive and frail, […]

Living life backward

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Preach the gospel. Die. Be forgotten (Nikolaus Ludwig Von Zinzendorf) Over the next twelve Sundays we’re going to be exploring the book of Ecclesiastes. It’s part of the Bible’s wisdom literature but the wisdom which the author, whom we shall refer to as the ‘Teacher’, is gleaned from his ‘no holds barred’ quest for the […]

Two great days in your life (adapted from an article by Jim Denison)

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Last Friday, 28 August, actor Chadwick Boseman passed away peacefully at home with his wife and family by his side after a four-year battle with cancer. He was just 43 years old, having played some of the most iconic roles that many actors could only dream of, such as Thurgood Marshall (an American lawyer, civil […]

Difficulties can be opportunites

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Many years ago when I first became a Christian, I worked in a place where the work was easy but the people were difficult.  It got to a point where the thought of going to work each day would give me a sense of dread.  When praying about it one day, God clearly gave me […]

Work matters–good work, Adam and Eve

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Earlier this month I went on a six-day Retreat in Everyday Life. Usually we think of retreats as going away, being very quiet and very still. Yes, I had times of quietness and stillness, but it happened in the midst of my normal work week. In fact, it was one of the four busiest weeks […]