A Call For Discipleship

  “I do what I do because I want what I want.” Though not original to me, that axiom speaks for me. Chances are, it does for you, and perhaps for a vast majority of others too. Granted, there are legitimate situations where our hands are...

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The Blessings of Belonging

  “Desperate times call for desperate measures.” Indeed, they do! Over the past year, the world has experienced life very differently from normal, not the least Christians who have had to adapt to a whole new experience of living out their...

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Thinking of Myself Less

“I can do it myself!” asserts a determined toddler, who could do with a bit of help, but adamantly refuses the offer. “It’s my way or the highway!” lashes out the leader who minces no words in letting you know who’s boss. The sorry-yet-not-sorry...

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A Tale of Two Advents

You need not be a genius to come up with a few rightful contenders for the ‘Word of the Year’ 2020. If your guess has anything to do with a virus that caught the world unawares, then I imagine it might just be good enough! Some words, more than...

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Bite-Size Discipleship

“Little drops of water, little grains of sand, make the mighty ocean and the beauteous land.” – Julia Carney. In the short run, it’s often hard to see the impact of repeatedly performing an action. However, cued by the opening lines above, taking...

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Hormones and New Life

    C.S. Lewis captures the pervasive nature of the Christian faith in his famous assertion: “I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen, not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” Indeed...

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How Not to Come to Christ

The days are fleeting when religious faith is presumed merely by familial or social ties, and not necessarily on the basis of personal conviction or evident fruit. Thanks to the pervasive nature of social media, it’s becoming increasingly...

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Parenting For Approval

I imagine there are veteran parents out there who do not only ‘talk the talk’ but have excelled at ‘walking the walk’ for much longer than I, and therefore may be better placed to speak authoritatively about parenting. As one in the trenches of...

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Praise and Worship

  It’s not uncommon these days to find comics who have carved a niche for themselves in parody, inspired by Christian practices. From the outlandish to the revered, Christian eccentricities and clichés are fast becoming the butt of these...

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