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What if we're all wrong?

What if the events surrounding Easter reveal that we, as a culture, have gotten christianity all wrong?...

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Lois Blogs about Jonah

Lois is one of our church members. She's almost finished with uni, helps us with many areas of church life, and has a great sense of humour. Aligning with our Jonah sermon series, she shares some reflections about a Jonah experience she had. You can read about her experience here. :)...

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Second Chances

Going through the book of Jonah has been so refreshing and encouraging. I never before realised what a book of hope this short book of the Bible is! Sunday morning, I wasn't feeling refreshed and encouraged when I arrived to help set up for church. Some difficult events in my week had left me thinking God was repaying me for some sins (what a blatant lie of the enemy!). L...

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Impatient with Impatience

In years past, I would not pray for patience because I worried that God would send me more tests: longer queues or frustrating relationships. Now, I realise that where I am impatient I can't rest and enjoy my life. Impatience is the enemy of rest. I find that the person I lose the most patience with is myself. I struggle, sometimes in the same areas, year after year. If y...

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February Light

Sunday morning, I read Psalm 97:11 "Light is sown for the righteous, and joy for the upright in heart." I get weary of being righteous. For me, going home early on Saturday night so I'm awake for church and kind to people the next morning becomes a profession of faith. Every week, the invitation to stay out late calls. Looking back on this past year, the Every Nation pas...

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