Monthly Archive: November, 2012

Perspectives on the Cross

As the years pass, I find the effects of Good Friday to be more intense. Though I am not a particularly emotional person, I find the emotion of this day more and more… Continue reading

King Jesus

There are many hymns that seem especially appropriate for certain people and circumstances. There’s the dentist’s hymn – Crown Him With Many Crowns. The obstetricians hymn – Come Labor On. The builder’s hymn… Continue reading

The Inaugural Robert Iles Memorial Lecture Report

More than 140 people gathered at Burnside City Church on November 7 to hear the inaugural Robert Iles Memorial Trust Lecture. The lecture – the first in a series of five that will… Continue reading

The Inaugural Robert Iles Memorial Lecture

Good Morning Faithful Readers, We are very excited to invite you all to The Inaugural Robert Iles Memorial Lecture. It will be happening tonight, November 11th,  7:30pm at Burnside City Uniting Church. We… Continue reading

Oh That They Would Be One…

A Baptist and a Presbyterian were discussing the ever-controversial issue of baptism, and the validity of sprinkling versus immersion. After some fruitless debate the Presbyterian asked, ‘Tell me, if the water comes up… Continue reading