The following article was written by Sam Storms. I saved it using Pocket years ago, and now I can’t access the original, so I am copying it to my website to keep it safe. This article expresses incredibly well what I believe to be true concerning the issue of “is healing in the atonement?”. Storms […]
Last night at church we ended our 48 hours of prayer. The prayer room was used for 48 hours straight, with people praying in hourly slots. In the morning I preached from Leviticus 6:13, about the fire that is to be continually burning on the altar. I talked about Zinzendorf and the Moravians, and the […]
Or when things are not run as you yourself would run them. Or when things are run somewhere else in a seemingly more effective way. Something has to happen with that frustration. Frustration left undealt with will create more frustration. The reason why you are is frustrated is because you long for things to better. […]
I found a Bullet Journal app for my Android phone. I think it will prove to be very useful. Although in my opinion Bullet Journals work best when they are in a notebook. I have tried on a few occasions to keep a paper Bullet Journal. I really, really want it to work, but can’t. […]
2020 at Christchurch Elim is starting with a focus on prayer. I’m sure that is the case with many churches. This year is an exciting year, if only because of the fact that 2020 is a “nice” number. 20. 20. 2020 vision. I’m steering clear of that one, tempting though it is to leverage as […]
What a day. We arrived back home early afternoon, which is a record in terms of getting home after a long time away. Usually we arrive in time for the kids’ bed time, which is no good to anyone and creates rush and stress. But we had plenty of time to get a little more […]
We took the kids to the local park in Hull. Here are a few photos that I have managed to upload to Google Photos via my phone, using the service station WiFi. (We are currently staying overnight halfway down the country enroute to Christchurch.) In other news, I am enjoying getting to grips with WordPress […]
We are on our way back home. All stages of our Northern Tour are complete. It was a fun time seeing family and friends.
Sin is crouching at the door. Its desire is contrary to you, but you must rule over it. Genesis 4:7 God spoke this to Cain, who apparently failed to listen properly, because his next action was to kill his brother. Sin was crouching at the door, and Cain had no desire to rule over it.