Archive for August, 2011

The meat is often in the background

August 26th, 2011

One of the things they drilled into us at Bible college is to always ask questions of a Bible passage and the book it belongs to. They wanted us to do this so we could get a better understanding of the text of passage we were reading. Some of the questions we were to ask […]

A place of healing

August 24th, 2011

One of the things I feel in my spirit that is that our church plant will be is a place of healing. I really believe it will be a place where people have been hurt by church is the past will come and find healing. Sadly at times as Christians we don’t always treat each other as […]

Be like a wind turbine

August 20th, 2011

Yesterday I went for my weekly walk up Merredin Peak to pray and seek God. As I got to the top I saw all the wind turbines off on the horizon. They were spinning and creating power. As I pondered on these wind turbines I realised that they were designed and created to face the […]

A really good Bible resource

August 17th, 2011

In 2005 and 2006 I took myself through the Bible using Old and New Testament Bible Foundations. It is a DVD-Rom or computer program that takes you on an interactive journey of the Bible. I found that in these two years I really improved my understanding of the Bible and how it all ties together. […]

Sermon on the Mount bookends

August 16th, 2011

My wife and I finished reading the Sermon on the Mount from Matthew chapters 5-7 this morning. We really enjoyed reading one heading per day over the last few weeks. An interesting thing we noticed to today was how Jesus started and ended His teaching. It was like it had “bookends”. Jesus started with this… […]