One of the most famous Christian books is Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan. If you’ve not read it yet, you must! It’s a phenomenal book that takes you on the adventure of the life of a man called Christian, the ups and downs, the highs and lows. Ultimately it is a story about the lifeContinue reading “3 tips to help you grow in your love for God’s Word…”
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4 ways to show your love for the Lord
What characterises the life of a Christian? Your answer will largely depend on your experience. You may say that a Christian is characterised by following certain traditions, by obeying certain norms within Christian-culture. You may jump to actions and think about Bible reading, church attendance, prayer and other kinds of Christian disciplines. But at theContinue reading “4 ways to show your love for the Lord”
Endorsements; a few thoughts on an overlooked or overrated few sentences.
A friend of mine is writing a book, more on that in the coming months, and she asked for my thoughts on endorsements. The publisher had asked for between 10-20 endorsements and she had to chose the people and ask them for the endorsement. My friend asked for my advice and it got me thinking,Continue reading “Endorsements; a few thoughts on an overlooked or overrated few sentences.”
Can angels sin?
A few weeks ago I was standing in a local christian bookshop, nearby another customer was asking about a book on angels as she wanted to study the topic with a friend of hers. The saleswoman was trying to think of a new book on angels that had been published and asked me if IContinue reading “Can angels sin?”
Slaves to time
In the majority of cases when people spend time with their family they’re not keeping an eye on the clock. When we’re doing things that we enjoy we’re not making sure that we’re keeping to a strict end time so that we can leave. When we’re in the coming of family and when we’re doingContinue reading “Slaves to time”
The benefit of being on site
One of the helpful things about some churches, not all, is that they have their own space. A church premises will most likely be used for church services and other activities throughout the week. This week I started a new job as Pastor of a new church and I’ve loved the benefit of being onContinue reading “The benefit of being on site”
Most viewed posts of 2022
It’s that time of the year where people start posting reviews of the year. Most people post what they’ve read that year, what they’ve found helpful, etc. This year I’ve read less than I have for a long time (averaging at 1.73 books per week), mostly because I’ve been writing my own book and lifeContinue reading “Most viewed posts of 2022”
Someone will always know better
If you’ve spent any time in ministry, you will have critics. There will be people, some of whom haven’t been in ministry themselves, who think that they know how to do your job better than you do. I’ve seen this happen a lot with Pastors. Don’t get me wrong, no Pastor should ever be aboveContinue reading “Someone will always know better”
A controversial take on bi-vocational ministry
I had a brief chat the other day and my take on bi-vocational ministry was called controversial. So, here’s a very brief explanation as to why I believe what I believe. Bi-vocational ministry isn’t ideal!
Sometimes sorry just isn’t enough.
Sadly stories of abusive leadership in churches is not uncommon. I’m not going to mention any by name because that’s not the point, we will all know of cases (prominent or local) of church leaders who have used their position of authority for evil. The abuse of power can take many forms (control, bullying, silencingContinue reading “Sometimes sorry just isn’t enough.”