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"I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me" - Galatians 2:20

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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  A.W. Tozer wrote these words about God’s wisdom in our lives: “To believe actively that our Heavenly Father constantly spreads around us providential circumstances that work for our present good and our everlasting well-being brings to the soul a veritable benediction. Most of us go through life praying a little, planning a little, jockeying  [ Read More ]

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1 Cor. 1:18-31. Christ Crucified Is God’s Power and Wisdom 18 For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God. 19 For it is written: “I will destroy the wisdom of the wise;     the intelligence of the intelligent I will  [ Read More ]

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by Pastor Warren Chalice. As I pondered long and hard, exploring many avenues in an attempt to answer this question with contextual accuracy, reading and re-reading Paul’s letter to the Romans repetitively, I found myself coming back to the introduction of this letter, found in the 16th and 17th verses of chapter 1: “ I  [ Read More ]

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by D. Dawson Elliott (Principal of Bible College of Western Australia) The Church as Christian Community Following a literature review of Kevin Giles’ book: What on Earth is the Church? A Biblical and Theological Inquiry.[1] which provides six chapters of biblical teaching and four chapters of theological reflection and challenges, Giles’ central thesis is that  [ Read More ]

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by David Shalley. INTRODUCTION. Is there such a thing as the essential Commandment? There is and it is sometimes referred to as the “Eleventh Commandment”. It is a statement that contains the essence of the whole Decalogue: “Love is the fulfilment of the Law” (1). Love is the purest expression of the character of God.  [ Read More ]

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by David Shalley. He looked, and desired to take that which was not his to have. None-the-less he went on to take what did not belong to him. Finally, to hide his guilt and gain exclusive possession of his spoil, he resorted to murder. David coveted his neighbour’s wife (1). Tragedy and pain followed, for  [ Read More ]

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Commencement & Graduation Message by David Bardsley on 22 February 2015. Introduction: It seems half a lifetime since I was sitting where you are, even though I started preparing for ministry rather later in life than most people. The fact that we are here at all sets us apart from the majority of folk in  [ Read More ]

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by David Shalley. Mudslinging has become an art form today. A passing comment is taken as fact and “presto”, a fine reputation is damaged beyond repair. Prejudicial reporting is making it difficult for some people to obtain a fair trial, with many media outlets preferring profit before integrity. Trust is yet another casualty of character-theft.  [ Read More ]

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by David Shalley. From Somalian pirates to political fraud, computer scams to shoplifting, robbery with violence to extended lunch breaks, tax evasion to withholding from the needy, robbing one’s neighbour to robbing God – in so many ways and at so many levels, our society is dishonest. Acquisition by any means, without detection, is acceptable  [ Read More ]

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