At College Chapel this Friday we are having a Communion Service following the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. This form of the Service contains within it a 'Warning' that the Minister is instructed to read out to the people, which tells everyone when the next Communion service will be held so that they can come… Continue reading Moore Wizardry
Here are links to a series of reflections I've posted during Moore College Mission 2009: Sunday: To change a life Monday: Jesus is the Problem to our Solution Tuesday: I bet all I have on Jesus Wednesday: The Dancers Thursday: Everything he touches comes alive Friday: Rest and the Vale of Tears Saturday: Mission Men/Women… Continue reading Mission Diary
For some strange reason, all three of the College preachers at the Church services I attended yesterday had independently decided to preach on Luke 18:9-14 (The Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax-Collector). I guess it's no great surprise, the passage is a great choice for an evangelistic talk - it resonates with the Australian… Continue reading The Future of Mission
The “Men’s Breakfast” is a classic of men’s ministry at most Churches, and you really can’t have a mission week without at least one steaming load of bacon, eggs, and bleary eyes. Of course, looking out at a room full of blokes early on a Saturday morning is nearly enough to turn you off whatever… Continue reading Mission Men/Women
For my day off, I went walking at Wentworth Falls. We've had days of solid rain here in the Blue Mountains, so I thought it might be worthwhile to go and look at a waterfall. I took the path from Conservation Hut down through a place called Valley of the Waters and then along the… Continue reading Rest and The Vale of Tears
The more Death takes - the greater the frailty, the blindness, the pain - the more he does another’s work.