The Presence of God Sets Us Apart

A couple of weeks ago, my husband was telling me that heard from others about a gathering of people that has emerged around the world, calling themselves the Sunday Assemblies. Basically, it's a church without God. Wow. It made me start to think about the difference God's presence makes. I believe God’s presence is visible, tangible, recognisable and powerful.

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Who? What? Why? When? How?

Questions. We all have them. We all ask them. But do we take time to ask the right questions? Do we enter into conversation with Father, Son and Holy Spirit and ask them what they are doing - what do they want to reveal to us?

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Listening and responding

Recently I have been thinking about the story in Acts 9:1-19.... Saul's experience on his trip to Damascus.   Grab your Bible and have a read. Many of you know…

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Are we “on task” or “on purpose”?

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A couple of years ago, Caroline and I were sitting in a Church Planting workshop learning about other people’s experiences in starting new churches. As I sat there God spoke 3 words to me about Port Macquarie – “Walk every street.” God interrupted me with a thought that was injected mid-stream in my mind, loud and clear. How great that God gave me a specific instruction of something I should do as part of planting a church! It was so clear that I didn’t feel any need to ask “why”. I just figured that if God said it then I’d just get on with it and see what He does as a result.

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I Want Beautiful Feet

This week I was reminded again that generally, as humans, we don't know what we don't know. We all learn as we go on this journey of life. I had an experience this week that showed me that my way of doing things isn't always the best way and often we need someone to teach us or show us the way.

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Follow the Way of Love

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“Love looks like something.” Richie Seltzer (from Imagine Church, Calgary) said this at a conference I went to earlier this year, and last week it came back to me and…

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