Tag Archive: #Christianity

Christ’s Positive People

Dr. Jerome Frank is a Professor of Psychiatry at John Hopkins University. He wrote recently about a confession a co-passenger made to him while flying in the days before modern security devices were… Continue reading

The Meaning of Life

There was once a great psychologist by the name of Carl Jung. In an interview shortly before he died, he was reflecting upon the thousands of people who had come to him for… 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

The Tree of Life

Romans 5: 1-5 is for some like going into a Haighs Chocolate Shop. You don’t know where to start. For some, without getting  gender specific, it will be like going to a new… Continue reading

Peace in the Age of Anxiety

There was a survey taken back in the 1940s which asked people to rate what they thought were the top seven problems of society. The results were: People talking too much (a criticism… Continue reading

Redeeming the World

A comment made by a woman last Tuesday has stuck with me throughout the week. She was describing an incident from Rundle Mall. A group of Asian lads were chasing another. It was… Continue reading

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

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

The Virginal Conception

My sermons of late have been quite brief. In this peak preaching season, you are lucky to have escaped so lightly, but I have been encouraged in this direction from some sources, including… Continue reading

Knowing Your Trinity

I want you to imagine with me for a second that I am holding a bag of pasta and a bottle of pasta sauce.  Now I want you to answer a very tricky… Continue reading