The unfortunate truth, though, is that humility has been misrepresented. Humility has been despised. We have been turned away from humility. Why? It’s anyone’s guess, really. Perhaps it is because, somehow, because of the common root, humility has been mistaken for humiliation. If this is the case, then this confusion is unfortunate. Humility, you see,…
The Dishonest Manager’s Day of Reckoning
The parable of the dishonest manager is a thorny story to navigate. Upon close study, though, it is a story of reconciliation – of honesty, truthfulness and faithfulness.
Let Nothing Cripple Our Praise
Praise equips us for our daily battle – don’t leave home without it!
Given the progress we have made over the years: in medicine, technology, education and our understanding of the world in which we live, God must be proud of us!
What do you do…for a living?
What do you do for a living? Hmmm…how about what do you do for a life? The answer just might surprise you!
I Have Seen the Lord
We see the Lord more often than we think. A journey to purpose requires it.
Pilgrims on a Journey
One of my favourite hymns is The Servant Song. It’s categorised in my church’s hymnal as a song of Church/Fellowship/Mission. The lyrics are simple, crisp, clear and sincere. There’s such love in the words, such humility, such a spirit of companionship. And, to build church, this is what we need, right? We need love, compassion,…
If I Had a Hammer
Hammer out love – in the morning and in the evening, all over this land.
Honey, you’ve got it all wrong!
That’s where we get it so terribly wrong. We’re so bent on making our point known because we’re the only one who gets it, or this is how we were taught to do something, so we can’t imagine any other way to do it.
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