Category Archive: Unity

Baptism: The water that divides or the grace that unites?

“Perhaps no command of Christ has occasioned so much controversy, bitterness and mistrust as the command to baptize. Who should be baptized? How? And what does baptism mean?” From The Water That Divides by Bridge… Continue reading

Lord of the Battlefield

It is always sad to see football teams and their coaches fighting against each other. We saw it with Port Power and John Cahill, and then Mark Williams… I’m beginning to see a… Continue reading

Honourable Truth

Matthew 22: 15-22: 15 Then the Pharisees went out and laid plans to trap him in his words. 16 They sent their disciples to him along with the Herodians. “Teacher,” they said, “we know that you are… Continue reading

A Community of Love

What is so special about the Church? What makes it unique, different and special? What makes it more than a religious club, where we just gather together with a common interest in religion?… Continue reading

Unity is Evangelism

I’m not found in one But can be in three, I hold things together, What can I be? Let me give you some clues on the answer to the riddle. It is rarely… 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

Unity – Loving Through Word & Deed

I want to focus this morning on a five-letter word. It is a powerful word that describes something important in: the Bible, the Church and the world. It is the kind of force… Continue reading