Archive for May, 2007

Bible reading plan

May 17th, 2007

Just been over at BibleGateway.com and I noticed they have a Bible reading plan. It has broken the text down into small sections so if you can spare 15 minutes per day you can make your way through the Bible in a year. You don’t even need to have your own Bible as all the […]

Be true to your church

May 15th, 2007

Just read a great post over at Chuch Warnock’s Confessions of a small-church pastor. He talked about being true to your church and its history, personality, and memory. One of the big mistakes he made as a new fresh faced young Pastor was to come in and change everything in the church and he tried […]

Disturbing DVDs

May 14th, 2007

Perhaps I overreacted yesterday, but I was watching TV with my kids and an advert came on for a DVD collection. There is nothing unusual in that, but this one was about the serial killer Ivan Millat and how he went about stalking his “targets” and what he did to them. I was irate to […]

More on God’s will

May 14th, 2007

Recently in a post I touched on feeling like I was in the middle of God’s will at the moment. Yesterday at church I was talking to one of my great mates about it. I shared that it feels like I am in a boat on a lake and that when God takes me to […]

My number one responsibility

May 11th, 2007

I’ve been reflecting a lot lately on what my number one responsibility is as a minister. Is it preaching, teaching, praying for people, visitation, counseling people, community outreach or helping the poor? As I have reflected on this the Lord has been prompting from all directions with one particular verse – Mark 12:30. I have […]