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.
The Anglican Church in Springwood last night hosted a Middle East Feast for women of the Church and any friends they might care to invite. Obviously, I didn't get to go, so this is a second hand report, but everyone I've heard says the evening was fantastic. There were well over 150 people at the… Continue reading The Dancers