I was fortunate enough to spend the Easter weekend away in a place called New Norcia - a small monastic village not too far from Perth. A great weekend get away, particularly for such a special occasion as the Easter period which was enriched by the spiritual and historical aspects of the town. Highly recommend … Continue reading The story of Saint Peter
A Psalm on the spectrum of God's glory.
In my previous article, I made a pretty open admission about my own failures. In going forward, and in light of this there are a few questions I’d like for you to think about and what answers may have: What makes us good? Is it from our good works, deeds and actions that categorise us … Continue reading What is good?
Happy Easter, everybody. Today, I'd like to take a moment with you to have a look at some practical implications of the resurrection of Jesus. Hopefully, you've already read Samuel's article, 'If Christ Had Not Been Raised To Life'. Today, we'll be looking ever so quickly (get to Church) at Ephesians 1: 3-14. So often … Continue reading What the Resurrection means for us
Today, the day after Good Friday and before Resurrection Sunday has always been an interesting one for me. It’s always been… different, but in the sense that it’s the same as many other Saturdays, and here’s what I mean by that. On a very superficial level its not a public holiday like Friday or Sunday, … Continue reading Coming Soon… Sunday!
I was on the way to work the other day, and pensive about some situations happening in my life. It's so easy to think at times "my God, my God where are you? Why have you forsaken me?!" amid trials or when things aren't going as planned. But how humbling and sobering is it to … Continue reading Good Friday thoughts
Most Christians have become so numb to the easter story. We know that Jesus died on the cross for our sins. We know that he was raised back to life by God. We know. We know. We know a lot that sometimes the things we know are blinding us from their real implications. Let's a … Continue reading If Christ Had Not Been Raised to Life