Month: April 2009

  • Faithfulness, Big and Small

    My post on the Sola Panel today: Late last year, Gavin wrote about the importance of being faithful in the small things. I’ve been pondering Gav’s insights, and I’d like to offer a couple of further comments. Jesus himself directly teaches the importance of faithfulness in small things: Again you have heard that it was […]

  • God Goes Public (Ephesians 1:1-14)

    This week we begin our series on the book of Ephesians. Ephesians is a short letter about BIG and exciting things!

  • Is God Green #1: God, the World and Us

    A shorter version of this article will soon be posted on webSalt, a publication of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students. Is God Green? Part 1 The View from Above More than 40 years ago, the Apollo space missions to the moon sent pictures of the earth back home. For the first time ever, humanity […]

  • Resurrection Reality (1 Corinthians 15:1-19)

    Every so often, it’s important to remind ourselves of what is real and true … Sermon preached at St Michael’s Anglican Cathedral, Wollongong on Easter Day, 2009.

  • The End of the World as We Know It

    My post on the Sola Panel today: Today, millions of Christians across the globe will join together to celebrate the end of the world as we know it. I’m talking, of course, about Good Friday—the celebration of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. This is an event of cosmic significance—an event in which the world as […]

  • The Life of Jesus on TV

    Something to watch on Good Friday – whether you’re committed to Jesus or just interested in the history. From the Centre for Public Christianity: CPX is glad to announce the release of the historical documentary The Life of Jesus. Shot on location in Israel and presented by John Dickson, the documentary introduces the viewer in […]

  • Reader’s Version of Greek and Hebrew Bible

    This Reader’s Version of Greek and Hebrew Bible is an excellent resource for those who have learned Greek and Hebrew and want to keep up their language skills. You can customise it to provide you with as much or as little help as you need. I recommend small doses every day to keep your languages […]