Today has been a day of preparation for our Easter service. As I began to prepare, I turned to the usual familiar passages such as John chapter 20. But the passage that stayed with me is from first Corinthians chapter 15, where Paul reminds them of the Gospel he preached, and in particular, the resurrection. […]
This month I’m reading an old Christian classic – ‘Pilgrims Progress’. I love this old book written by John Bunyan. It never fails to encourage.
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The Internet is packed with great resources for studying and reading the Bible. Today I just want to remind you of three of my favourite free resources.
Recently I was quite struck by the words of Paul about the Cretans in Titus 1:12. What a shocking stereotype! I thought about how that would be received in Kenya where I live and minister. There are more than forty tribes in Kenya and each on has it’s own stereotype associated with it. Of course […]
Recently the stability and peace that we have come to expect has been shattered and we have begun to insider where things might be going and what the future holds for the Gospel in Mombasa.
An article caught my attention recently. Published on Christian Post, it mentioned Kenya, which is where I live and minister. They reported that ‘Kenya churches are speaking out against western criticism of anti-gay laws and attitudes in African countries, with some comparing homosexuality to colonialism and slavery’. What are we to make of this? Click the link to read more…
The ‘sinners prayer’ is a regular feature in many churches. But I have stopped using the sinners prayer in my meetings. Here’s why…
Every year People resolve to read the Bible more regularly and they start looking for Bible reading plans to get them through the process. The trouble is that we often fail to read intentionally. You could study the Bible book by book as I suggest in my article ‘5 Reasons To Ditch Your Bible Reading Plan & Study Book By Book’ but in this article I want to suggest that you answer your one big question.
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The grace of God has been quite prominent in my thinking this month. I am painfully aware of how much I need God’s grace in everything that I am doing and how undeserving I am of the task to which He has called me. This month I’m also reading a lot of Charles Spurgeon. I’m no […]