Loyalty — noun; the quality of being loyal. Loyal — adjective; giving or showing firm and constant support or allegiance to a person or institution.
If you need wisdom, ask our generous God, and he will give it to you. He will not rebuke you for asking. But when you ask him, be sure that your faith is in God alone. Do not waver, for a person with divided loyalty is as unsettled as a wave of the sea that […]
Last Thursday our Prime Minister extended the home quarantine lockdown for a further three weeks without any promise of an end in sight—at least not any time soon. Boris Johnson said these words that got my attention:
Globally we are all going through a time of uncertainty, and Covid-19 has become our new common language. There has never been a time like this before in my life, and probably not in yours, either. In this pandemic our faith is of paramount importance; we should have a lifestyle of faith that is ever-increasing! […]
Covid-19’s impact on our world has been both crippling and devastating for many. It is our new global enemy and everyone, everywhere, is battling this invisible giant. Covid-19 has affected world leaders, governments, and our churches. It has brought fear to the bravest of men.
How quickly things have changed! It seems like only a minute ago I was walking around our auditorium greeting folks, shaking hands and giving out hugs, and now I’m livestreaming from an empty room with 10 people strategically placed two meters apart from each other social distancing!
Christians’ abilities to do dumb things never ceases to amaze me. Recently, my assistant came into my office and asked me to sign a certificate for a baby dedication. I found it strange as I didn’t recognise the name and the date on the certificate was from way back. So I asked, ‘What’s the deal’?
The word ‘church’ in most people’s minds will conjure up images of steeples, cemeteries, gargoyles, and – dare I say it – retried people! But we all know that this, although classed as church, is not really the church that Jesus had in mind. As I am involved in our own church and helping pastors […]
With life getting busier and Sunday seemingly arriving every two days, when does the preacher get time to study? How long must you burn the midnight oil? Well, if you’re a full time pastor (and parent) it’s not as easy as you may first think.