• Darkness, Demons & Dumbness

    18 July, 2018

    We live as though the kingdom of darkness does not exist. (Neil Anderson) 2000 years ago there lived a very troubled man. He dwelt in a land of complete darkness. He knew perfectly well the kingdom of darkness did exist, he too knew of demons and dumbness. “They brought Him a demon-possessed…...[read more]

  • The Church MUST Worship

    30 May, 2018

    Church cannot be the focus of our life, only Jesus has the authority to claim this. ~ Maggie Woychik In our headlong evangelical rush for evangelism, we have missed too much blessing and rarely learned the powerful bending of the knee. Who would wrestle with God as Jacob or lay hold of Him as…...[read more]

  • The Church MUST Pray

    29 May, 2018

    Lancashire born Samuel Chadwick (1860-1932) had a fire in his belly to light many souls. Ordained in 1890 as a Methodist minister he was direct in speech, a man comfortable with not being backward in coming forward. He wrote of prayer and church ministry: Satan dreads nothing but prayer... The…...[read more]

  • Blurred Worship is Blurred Work

    10 May, 2018

    Ecclesiastical tribal traditions, whether these be Catholic, Pentecostal or Evangelical help and hinder believers. Maybe we serve dutifully at the altar, welcome faithfully at the door, or are coerced from the pulpits in our own brands of Christianity, yet the time is here to rejoice in the desires…...[read more]

  • Prayer Is...

    22 April, 2018

    Prayer is: the seed of gentleness the spirit of trust the seeking of peace the absence of anger a remedy against grief a salve to depression the unbinding of shackles and freedom to the heart. 'Whatever you have endured out of love of wisdom will bear fruit at the time of prayer'. ~…...[read more]

  • St Ignatius Prays Trust

    11 April, 2018

    Saint Ignatius of Loyola formed the religious society commonly called The Jesuits (The Society of Jesus). Loyola became honored especially as a spiritual director, having penned a classic of spiritual literature, the Spiritual Exercises. Loyola was a teacher who walked his talk, including…...[read more]

  • It's A Long Journey Home

    18 March, 2018

    The strong and weak alike know that life's long journey requires the best food. Two Christian giants from yesterday also knew this. This is why they are 'masters of faith'. They dined well each day. 1) Author of 'The Pilgrim's Progress', John Bunyan (1628 - 1688) spoke in…...[read more]

  • A Prayer from Ravensbruck

    28 February, 2018

    Nazi Ravensbruck has firmed in history as a measure of human atrocity, almost without equal. Ravensbruck was a concentration camp exclusively for women and children during World War Two. It was located 90 kilometers north of Berlin. From May 1939 this hell-hole became the grave to 50,000+ (this…...[read more]

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