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  • Blessed change

    Maybe “growth” is a better word than “change” for us Presbyterians. It’s less scary. Living things grow, and growth means change. As John Henry Newman put it, “To live is to change, and to be perfect is to have changed often.” Read More...
  • Encourage your preacher

    Do you give your preacher feedback after the sermon? If you don’t, you should. And if you do, would you like to give more encouraging feedback? Read More...
  • Pursue God’s Dream

    One of the first Bible verses I learnt as a teenager was Proverbs 16:9, “In his heart a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his steps.” At the time I didn’t realise how helpful it would be in countering all the worldly advice I received about my future. Read More...
  • The good fight

    Australia has seen itself as a country of equality, fairness and justice for everyone. People of many religions and none have coexisted, in one way or another, in this free country for over a century. Read More...
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Our disabled Christ

by apmagonline in Christian Living

Modern secular Western culture is especially governed by expectations of ease and comfort. Under the most dominant healthcare approach, disability is seen as abnormal. People with disabilities are expected to get a label, receive treatment and become “normal”. The problem with this model is that “normality” is not always attainable or wanted. Read More...

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