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Church as a business, or Church as a tribe?

21st September 2018

The previous post on this blog (We Want a King!) delved into what it says when we look for certain kinds of autocratic leadership in church situations. God is our ultimate king, and godly church leadership will always point people to His rulership, not take its place.

That leads us to the next question: how then, shoul[...]

Weekly Word: Keep it Simple

21st September 2018
  Keep it simple. Do the important things well.

We want a king!

14th September 2018

How we lead and how we follow reveals a lot about us. Let’s explore this.

Like a blazingly bright city on a hill, like a vibrant international tribe or like a fire lit by God Himself, the Church is the most exciting thing to be part of on earth, if we see it right. It’s God’s family an[...]

Weeky Word: Weep with those who weep

14th September 2018
“He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain any more, for the former things have passed away.” Revelation 21:4 One day, when God has created a new heaven and new earth, He will wipe away all of our tears. […]

Weekly Word: Redeem or Restore?

7th September 2018
Our current teaching theme is ‘Christ the redeemer’. It got me thinking: what’s the difference between ‘restoration’ and ‘redemption’? To restore is to re-establish, to bring back into existence. To redeem is to recover ownership by paying a price. So, should we be praying for restoration or redemption? Let’s pray for God to retake ownership […]

Weekly Word: Living Humbly

31st August 2018
According to the gospels Jesus interacted with four key groups: The sinners The disciples The crowds The Pharisees “Blessed are the poor in spirit”, he declared, because he came to redeem sinners, not those who counted on their own goodness. And the scribes of the Pharisees, when they saw that he was eating with sinners […]

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