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"God never said that the journey would be easy, but He did say that the arrival would be worthwhile" - Max Lucado.

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"We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; perplexed, but not in despair" - 2 Cor. 4:8

by Theo Sim. Idolatry Practice in the Church? Recent happenings in some of the mega churches lead me to conclude that the inattention of the church to acknowledge the cruciality of shepherd leadership to nurture leaders, ministers, and the whole congregation from top to bottom by accompanying them in going through life has ended up  [ Read More ]

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by Dawson Elliott. I just returned from a short term ministry trip to the Philippines. Taking my students on a missional-cultural exploration to Laguna Province was indeed an eye opener to the many facets of life and ministry in context.  My heart was moved once again as I stepped into another country where the poor  [ Read More ]

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Colossians 3:1-2 “Therefore if you have been raised with Christ [to a new life, sharing in His resurrection from the dead], keep seeking the things that are above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God. Set your mind and keep focused habitually on the things above [the heavenly things], not on things  [ Read More ]

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by Dawson Elliott. Returning from my recent travel to Europe, I am again reminded of the mystery and majesty of God and the diversity of our world. Travelling is delightfully educational in the sense that it opens one up to new or renewed understandings of the world we live in. The more I travel, the  [ Read More ]

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Some notes of a message preached by Rev. Dr Dawson Elliott, PhD. Passage: Exodus 3:1-6. One of the things that I enjoy in life is a fireplace. I’m referring to real fire with wood with its crackling sound of sparks and the sight and heat of the gentle organized flames. Sitting by a fireplace in  [ Read More ]

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By Theo Sim. As Christians we hear that a lot and may be mentioned on almost every Church service we are going every Sunday. Especially during the service when we pray together for people who submit their prayer requests for healing, financial provision, jobs, family reconciliation and other needs. While some of these people are  [ Read More ]

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by Dawson Elliott. Life has its twists and turns and in moments of trials it appears that the music that once was seems to fade. Have you ever felt like this? Even as a Christian? King David is a classic example of the ‘exhibiting’ nature of human frailty, that is, playing the harp [music] when  [ Read More ]

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by Murray Hewitt. A bruised reed he will not break, a smoldering flax he will not snuff out. Is. 42:3 If we are like a bruised reed – weak, damaged by life’s circumstances, vulnerable, easily breakable, easy to bend, – Jesus is there to lift us up, heal us, bring life to us, set us  [ Read More ]

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by Dawson Elliott. Life deals us its fair share of disappointments. The important thing is to learn to handle these disappointments ‘in Christ’ through the power of the Holy Spirit. Teaching the Book of Acts this semester, one gleans throughout this action-packed narrative the fact that we need the empowering Spirit all through life. Paul faced many  [ Read More ]

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by Murray Hewitt. Risen is the fictitious story of Clavius (Joseph Fiennes), a Roman soldier given the job of finding Jesus body after the crucifixion. The movies’ story line is part fiction, part fact, using history recorded in the biblical narrative as the major backdrop. The filmmakers don’t claim the movie is strictly biblical or  [ Read More ]

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