A Generation Of Spiritual Strangers

Recently I read a post from one of my favourite Blogger’s, Mitch Teemley. He wrote in an article called An Open Letter To Christians, about something I have felt deeply about for a long time. That the Church has kept the same message to the world for years and has failed to recognise that the outside culture has changed. From the time of Constantine through … Continue reading A Generation Of Spiritual Strangers

I’m an Evangelical, Charismatic, Mainline, Conservative, Amillennial, ….. Aw, Forget It!

When I was growing up I belonged to a very conservative church. We believed in the inerrant scripture and that we engaged with God through our faith and works. We were taught in moral purity and to avoid the emotionalism of “other” denominations. Problem? As a teenager I was not exactly “pure” and seriously struggled with the shame of my inner life. Also, besides my … Continue reading I’m an Evangelical, Charismatic, Mainline, Conservative, Amillennial, ….. Aw, Forget It!

Online Sundays

I’m trying to think of another time in my life where I’ve … Gone to church in my pajamas Got home in a microsecond Had a chat about the sermon WHILE the sermon was on Been able to go to the bathroom during the service without being embarrassed Totally avoided having to apologise for my singing. So, other then the biscuits is there a reason … Continue reading Online Sundays


There are many words we get wrong or confused. Two of these are “Holy” and “Sacred”. Holy means perfect and complete. Without fault or lack. Sacred means set apart particularly for a divine purpose. In my life I have found little that is Holy. But Sacred? Yes, I have seen much that is sacred. The first clear moment of sacred was when I took my … Continue reading Sacrament

Repost: Want Gospel Opportunities? Embrace Opposition.

In a society becoming more secular, are we not seeing the open doors? Are we now concerned with the comfort of the saved at the cost of the work of the Gospel? This is the mission field, we have been born into the mission field, comfort is behind us. Let’s go for the work of God. https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/gospel-opportunities-opposition/ (Steve McAlpine, Gospel Coalition) Continue reading Repost: Want Gospel Opportunities? Embrace Opposition.


Yet he did not waver through unbelief regarding the promise of God, but was strengthened in his faith and gave glory to God, being fully persuaded that God had power to do what he had promised. Romans 4:20‭-‬21 NIV YouVersion My very is that “we will be strengthened in faith and [be] fully convinced that what He [has] promised, He [is] able to perform”. Unless … Continue reading Foundations