The cost of Bystanders

In my last post I wrote about the need for Christians to commit differently. I suggested that 2 big problems in the church today were people overcommitting and committing to the wrong things. While programs, ministries and being intentional in what we invest in are important, I believe walking closer to Jesus should be an... Continue Reading →

Commit to committing differently

There are two problems in the Church today that I don't think get enough air time and because of this I reckon it causes a lot of burn out and leaves individuals feeling purposeless. People overcommitting themselves , and committing ourselves to the wrong things. We all know a person or people in our Christian... Continue Reading →

There is something about Jesus….

The response of those early disciples was utterly astonishing. Notice that Jesus didn't perform miracles to impress them before issuing his call. He didn't even explain himself or his teaching , or give any idea of what would be involved in following him. Just a simple command: "Follow me...and I will send you out to... Continue Reading →

As the dust settles on 2017

As 2017 quickly comes to an end, I have been reflecting on the things I have learnt this year. With much to be thankful for, and as I think about the next 12 months, I find myself full of hope and determination. It was a massive time with lots of challenges but I wouldn't change... Continue Reading →

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