A crowd of many witnesses

A crowd of many witnesses

As Christians, we love it when we are able to bring somebody to God for the first time and watch their transformation. After all, being saved is the starting point of any Christians walk with God..

  • A time-travelling letter on relationships

    I was surprised and delighted to receive your letter. What a privilege it is to be able to have this opportunity to correspond with you. I hope that this finds you well, and that you have decided to either start training for half marathons now or to never start at all (you’ll understand what I mean eventually).

  • The Mission of God Part 5 – Holy, Holey, Wholly

    I thought I have finished writing the series of “The Mission of God,” so I was going to begin writing a new ...

  • Have we disguised the saboteur of blessing?

    The saboteur of blessing is not always clothed in black with horns coming out his head, nor is it the person who got in the way of your promotion, nor is it the person that you last argued with. Often we have in our own ways disguised the true saboteur of blessing.

  • A message for someone

    We all have people in our lives that we pray to come to faith. We have people we love and whom we show love to, love more extraordinary than the ordinary, of which is shown to us.

  • Science and other wonders of creation

    I love nature and science as it shows me God’s creativity, power and also God’s love. Some of my favourite verses in the bible are the ones that use animals and nature as a metaphor. God gave us humans an inquisitive mind so we can explore this amazing planet and universe.

  • Kierkegaard’s King

    Soren Kierkegaard – a Danish philosopher-poet from the 1800s. He once told a tale of his true Sovereign:

  • Christian camps: just how important are they for faith?

    Christian camps. What are they good for? Over the years I have oscillated between two polar opposites. On one hand, they are essential for Christians to experience. On the other hand, they can stunt growth and ultimately impede spiritual growth as people succumb to the hype and hoopla.

  • To my fellow nurses,

    Thank you for all your commitment and hard work in nursing. For I know this is more than just a job, this is who we are. It is our passion and desire to love, care, and serve.

  • Church shouldn’t be a safe place for your problems

    It is coming up to two years now since I was officially diagnosed with anxiety and depression. Since then I feel that my thinking has largely been caught up in figuring out the best ways to live and maintain a good level of wellbeing.

  • Why Denominations Matter (And Don’t)

    If there is only one way, Jesus, to salvation, why are there so many denominations? Fair question. The diversity (and, sadly, hostility) between denominations is a peculiarity for a religion that claims to have only one way to God.

  • Creativity as worship

    “First this: God created the Heavens and Earth-all you see, all you don’t see. Earth was a soup of nothingness, a bottomless emptiness, an inky blackness. God’s Spirit brooded like a bird above the watery abyss.” (Genesis chapter 1, verses 1-2)