On this blog I share thoughts and experiences. I welcome discussion, so feel free to leave comments, ask questions, challenge ideas and share your opinions and experiences.

Eternity isn’t very long

Have you ever thought about the concept of eternity, or thought about what it must be like to live forever? And have you ever considered the fact that God knows all things and is everywhere at the same time? That He is at the beginning of time, and at the crucifixion and with us right…

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What’s Changed?

I was having a discussion with the awesome staff at Renown Church about Abraham and how he was recognised as someone loved by God because of his incredible wealth. This is a common pattern in the Old Testament – God blesses His servants with incredible wealth, and people marvel and the wealth and praise God. In…

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Love, Serve, Disciple

I’m reading through a book on service called “Connect” by Nelson Searcy. In one of the opening chapters “In a Word” Searcy discusses how one would describe Christianity in a single word. He explains that he had many terms in mind (love, Jesus, salvation, heaven) but settled on “servant” as the best word to describe Christianity….

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A New Chapter Begins

Today marks the start of a brand new and exciting chapter of my life. For many years now (approx 10 years) I have been serving God. Not long after meeting God for the first time and deciding to serve Him, I dedicated myself to His service wholeheartedly. I determined that everything that I did from…

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The BIker and The Beggar

The Biker and The Beggar

This post is part of a series called Let's Get Vulnerable A few days ago I saw the perfect expression of how charity can destroy dignity, and how charity does not empower the poor. I had taken an offramp from the highway and was stopped at the traffic lights. There was a lady with a…

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Corfe Castle

This post is part of a series called UK 2015 This afternoon we stopped in at Corfe Castle. It’s an old castle that now lies in ruin, but the adjacent Corfe town is absolutely beautiful. We spent our time walking around the town and then sat down for sweet tea – tea and scones with…

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The peddle beach at the Durdle Door

A Dip at the Durdle Door

This post is part of a series called UK 2015 The alliterative titles are back! Woo hoo! This morning saw us taking a trip out the the Durdle Door. It’s a natural limestone archway right on the coast in the middle of a pair of beautiful beaches. Our morning outing took a scenic drive out…

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Touch down in the UK!

This post is part of a series called UK 2015 And we have arrived! Gaby and I are safe and sound in the UK. We arrived a few minutes early, made our way through passport control, baggage claim and customs without issue. She met up with her cousin and has headed off to start her…

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Transfer in Doha

This post is part of a series called UK 2015 We’ve arrived safely in Doha and now sit and wait for our next flight. I really enjoyed the first flight – the Boeing 787 is a beautiful aircraft and a pleasant flight. Our next flight is aboard the Airbus A380, an aircraft I’ve wanted to…

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London Bound…Again!

This post is part of a series called UK 2015 Once again I’m off to London! A few hours ago I climbed aboard my Qatar flight toward London with the primary purpose of attending my friend’s (Taryn’s) wedding. While in the UK I will also be visiting other friends (Dean and Carmen) and having a…

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