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  • A 2250-year-old tradition

    Recent statistics have indicated that in the world of 6.5 billion there are 6500 languages. 457 have the whole Bible, 1668 have the whole New Testament. Read More...
  • Our disabled Christ

    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...
  • Technology: today’s idol

    I think if you look at the history of technology through a Christian lens you will see that technology is very closely related to idolatry. Our technologies have a way of feeding our idolatries. Once I make an idol out of popularity I will want to be popular and well-known. Read More...
  • Spurgeon’s Sorrows

    In 1856, as Spurgeon was preaching to several thousand people, a man yelled “Fire”. In the panic, seven people died and 28 were seriously injured. This senseless tragedy had a lasting effect on the great man. He wrote: “We are different, each one of us; but I am sure there is one thing in which we are all brought to unite in times of deep sorrow, namely in a sense of helplessness.” Read More...
  • Count it all joy

    Positively rejoice. Rejoice on the inside, and rejoice on the outside. And when people want to know why you rejoice when you’re under pressure and attack, then you get to tell them the best thing they’ll ever hear Read More...
  • Here we stood!

    From four eastern states of Australia, 26 people – previously strangers to one another – were thrown together in a bus to be the inaugural PCA Reformation Tour group. Three weeks of living, travelling and dining together meant wonderful, long-lasting friendships emerged. Stirring sights and life-changing encounters are briefly and inadequately summarised by the following five highlights. Read More...
  • God’s Quiet Work

    The Cronulla Presbyterian Church in the 1950s was average for the time. It was Presbyterian by tradition but not by spiritual heritage. Few of the elders would have made a credible profession of faith. The minister was evangelical, but he was not an expository preacher. Read More...
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Pride and patience

by apmagonline in Christian Living

I can’t exactly recall the moment I began fervently praying for patience, but it was somewhere between having my first and second child. And within that time frame there have been countless moments where I have cried out, half-prayer, half-curse, “LORD, GIVE ME PATIENCE!!” Read More...

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