Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Biggest Challenge Facing The Church

I wonder what you consider to be the greatest challenge for the Church in the West as we head into the second decade of the 21st century? There is certainly no lack of candidates for that poll position in the … Continue reading

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DEVOTIONAL

As part of my devotions fairly regularly I read one of Charles Wesley’s hymns ( you can probably guess why I don’t sing it ) Wesley for me weaves, Scripture, theology and Christian experience together in a uniquely powerful way. … Continue reading

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AMEN

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Our Blueprints For Building Mosaic

A good friend of mine belongs to a church which laid the first stone in their new church building this week. The architects have produced the plans and now the builders need to get on with the hard work of … Continue reading

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BONHOEFFER, BUYING CARS AND BEING COMMUNITY

We recently haD to buy a second car and being strapped for cash we had to buy a “banger” or what Americans refer to as a “clunker.” We have only ever had one brand new car, when Ann was a … Continue reading

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WHY I STICK WITH THE CHURCH.

an old post I thought was worth reposting I meet an increasing number of people who have left the church because of disillusionment, disagreement, hurt or a combination of all three. Listening to many of their stories I have a … Continue reading

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Prayer Walk

PRAYER WALKING Here are the guidelines for our prayer walk this afternoon, did hope to print it out, but I’ve run out of toner. Walk in groups in groups of 2-4. Different groups take different routes. Pray when it comes … Continue reading

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