Hi Brett, I write to you in regards to your suggestion to quarantine the increase of humanitarian refugees to Christians (and other persecuted minorities) from Syria and Iraq. While I do commend the increasing of the humanitarian intake, and do recommend that you continue to fight for this, I must question the limiting of it… Continue reading E-mail to Brett Whiteley, MP re Humanitarian Intake
This is part two in my Vision and Mission sermons at The Salvation Army Devonport. View all of the sermons here. The reading for today was Luke 19:1-10. A news story caught my eye recently. A group of kids at a school was a cat stuck up a tree. They saw a cop, and begged… Continue reading Transforming Lives (Vision and Mission Part 2)
As has been my tradition, every sermon that I preach will be posted here. This sermon, The Budget, Two Parables and some Teaching from Jesus, was given at The Salvation Army Devonport on Sunday 18 May, 2014. The Reading was Luke 18:1-30. On Tuesday night, I sat myself down at my computer, loaded up the live stream… Continue reading The Budget, Two Parables and some Teaching from Jesus
In Luke 10, we find the “Parable of the Good Samaritan”, where an expert in the law comes to Jesus and asks, “what must I do to inherit eternal life?” Jesus responds by asking him what is written in the law, to which the expert answered, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and… Continue reading Who is my neighbour?