“Pray for Nero”- Ancient Wisdom for Present Day Christians

The division, criticism and vile abuse I've seen around social media lately has been nothing short of disturbing. The target of this abuse, more often than not, the government, leaders, and those in authority. Sadly, "Christians" have often been at the center of the conversations, slinging verbal mud at their elected officials and leaders as … Continue reading “Pray for Nero”- Ancient Wisdom for Present Day Christians

Why everyone isn’t always right, and why Jesus being the only way to God is actually Good News.

I recently read an online opinion piece condemning "religious gender conversion therapy". The piece was contending that trying to change someone's gender or sexual orientation, even when that someone wants to change, is wrong. The author argued, "everyone is right" (unless, of-course, you believe that people can change from same-sex attracted, or any other colour … Continue reading Why everyone isn’t always right, and why Jesus being the only way to God is actually Good News.

Thoughts on Striving and Significance in the light of Billy Graham’s Funeral.

A few nights ago, I had a dream. In it, I saw myself striving. Striving to make it all work. Striving to pull off ministry, life, significance, validity. In my dream I saw scene after scene of myself on a TV screen, striving, worrying, trying. You see, the other day, just hours before the death … Continue reading Thoughts on Striving and Significance in the light of Billy Graham’s Funeral.

Born with no eyes, but seeing the love of God in action- Day 7 and 8

Have you ever met someone who's story inspires you? Have you ever talked to someone and thought- I can learn a lot from this person? My last two days have been full of such people. I met Patrick Henry and Patrick John Hughes. Patrick John has given his whole life to supporting and raising his … Continue reading Born with no eyes, but seeing the love of God in action- Day 7 and 8