Journal

News and musings during COVID-19.

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5 July

Trust me?

Who can you trust when all turns to dust?

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28 June

The troll and 'his portion'

A wilderness is no barrier to God’s provision, but instead a perfect backdrop for miracles

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21 June

To be alone

Modelling Jesus’ life of prayer and contemplation

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14 June

The thief

The devil prowls around like a roaring lion, looking for someone to devour

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7 June

Every Little Thing Gonna be Alright

So don’t worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries. Today’s trouble is enough for today

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31 May

Mind the gap

What can we do about our potential blind spots?

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24 May

Rooted in Love

There is no better spiritual nutrient than love

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17 May

God's training ground

Developing our own personal non-negotiables that will stay with us once we are given more freedom again

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10 May

Nothing Forced or False

Do we desire to fulfil God’s will above our own, and above the will of others who may seek to impose theirs upon us?

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3 May

Footpath, farmer, and a detour

When God answers back in a way we don't expect

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26 April

What is the new normal?

Do we really want things to return to ‘normal’ after this crisis is over?

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19 April

Do our words betray us?

Out of the overflow of the heart, the mouth speaks.

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5 April

Full attention

Jesus is looking at you. Are you looking at him?

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27 March

Fear not

Looking to Jesus and not being overcome by fear and worry.

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19 March

Moving forward

Launching a special benevolent fund for those directly impacted by COVID-19.

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17 March

How we're now going to meet

Moving to a livestream and circles.

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11 March

Coronavirus response

Continuing to meet as a church but being cautious.

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