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A Christian Response to Pope Francis On Redemption

A Christian Response to Pope Francis On Redemption

| May 23, 2013

You may have read about the recent buzz over Pope Francis’ statements that atheists who do good are also redeemed, and not just Catholics. I would like to make a clear response from the perspective of Christians, so that it does not stumble those younger in the faith.

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Tragic Deaths of 2 Boys Becomes a Stirling Testimony & Inspiration

Tragic Deaths of 2 Boys Becomes a Stirling Testimony & Inspiration

| February 8, 2013

2 brothers, aged 13 and 7, were tragically killed in a recent road accident in Singapore, which sparked an outpouring of sympathy towards the parents of the children.

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Your Role in Impacting this World Is Far Greater Than You Can Imagine

Your Role in Impacting this World Is Far Greater Than You Can Imagine

| November 12, 2012

This was a sermon preached at my church last Sunday that really spoke to me. It is based on the book of Ruth. A really short book but holds such great promise and assurance that I did not appreciate until yesterday.

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We are all witnesses, Just a matter of the type

We are all witnesses, Just a matter of the type

| August 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

This truth was shared by a pastor this week and it rung in my spirit. Witnessing is not something we can turn on and off as we desire, and once we become children of the Most High, everything we do, bears witness to our Lord.

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What Evangelism Is

What Evangelism Is

| August 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

I sometimes think we complicate Evangelism too much. We start making evangelism into programs and plans; about trying to contextualise and contemporarise the Good News; and trying to either point out that the person is a sinner and going to hell, or perhaps that when he becomes a Christian, good things will start happening. But […]

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