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Testing our lifestyle

  • Nathan Dempsey
  • 16 August 2021

I talk easily about my family, my hobbies and my job, but I’m often mute when I have an opportunity to share the gospel.

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Brokenness is not sinfulness

  • Joel Creek
  • 3 May 2021

Brokenness has become a common way to explain the problems with the world

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Helping unbelief

  • Darren Waters
  • 12 April 2021

God is faithful; do I believe? That is what Jesus asks of each one of us.

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Shine your light

  • DB Ryen
  • 15 March 2021

Oh, somebody’s here. Better turn off the Christian music...

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Why vines and fig trees are still relevant

  • Ruth Baker
  • 8 March 2021

Implicit is a sense of stability; a properly cultivated vine and fig tree meant life in one place.

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Beautiful love gone bad

  • Ruth Baker
  • 22 February 2021

Shechem’s actions were driven by where his heart was. That inhibited his ability (and willingness) to listen to Dinah, to see her resistance and accept it.

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Tell your story

  • DB Ryen
  • 8 February 2021

Giving someone a Bible when they don’t know Jesus (yet) is a great idea, but by itself it may not be as effective at saving souls as we’d think.

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Another look at the reliability of the Scriptures

  • David Martin
  • 23 November 2020

Since Christians claim that the Bible is God’s word, we need to give a defence or—to use the old terminology—an apology to the world for this claim.

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Refusing the ‘me first’ marriage: Ten things I’ve learned in ten years of marriage

  • Mike Taylor
  • 9 November 2020

Marriage is a gift from God. It is a blessing. But it is also a tool God uses for our sanctification. As it is with the most valuable diamonds, strong and joyful marriages take time and are often forged through great pressure.

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The bassinet

  • DB Ryen
  • 2 November 2020

Even though our first pregnancy had successfully produced a healthy baby boy, we unexplainably couldn’t carry a pregnancy to term anymore.

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