Monthly Archives: March 2013


Such beautiful truth revealed by this glimpse of a heart & life set on living in Christ.
“Less of me and more of You”

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ImageRead this with spiritual eyes and hear this with spiritual ears. I am being myself in this. I used to qualify so much of what I said because of a need to be understood. No more. Just enjoy and glean from this what you can. There are nuggets of truth for many of you.

I am racing toward being ‘bottomed out’ for the mountaintop continually evades me. The only way to climb it is by obvious means – self-promotion; extensive networking, conference invitations, book deals, Facebook posts, twitter followers and perhaps even some hype along the way. I can’t do it and some days I am just tired. So I am walking in grace, walking in the unforced rhythm of grace, walking with Jesus Christ. In doing that, I am not racing to the mountaintop but walking in the valley of reality where I not only look at my life…

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Good stuff from my friend Jay.

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Galatians 6:10 says, that as we have the opportunity, let us continue to do good unto all men, especially the household of faith. 

  • “If a window of opportunity appears, don’t pull down the shade.”  Tom Peters 

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Good stuff from my friend Jay.

Anointed2Go MdM

Galatians 6:10 says, that as we have the opportunity, let us continue to do good unto all men, especially the household of faith. 

  • “If a window of opportunity appears, don’t pull down the shade.”  Tom Peters 

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Intelligent response to comments made by a popular churchman…

God and Politics in the UK

It’s always easier to be dismissive of people you disagree with rather than trying to find some common ground and attempting to engage productively with them.  I’ve learnt a lot about this over the last year as I’ve observed and entered into the debate over women bishops and in particular gay marriage.  There have been plenty of harsh words and condemnation from both sides and lots of people have been hurt in the process.  Those who Jesus refers to as the peacemakers so often appear to be in short supply.

One of the most upsetting aspects of this has been when I’ve seen Christians attacking each other in a way that defies the Bible’s teaching on judgement, grace and forgiveness, especially in relation to other believers.  In chapter 14 of the book of Romans, Paul talks about how we should treat those fellow believers we disagree with.  The context in this case is…

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