Gifted for Service

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Men, we are all gifted by God differently for work and service. Work should be a blessing for our provision, our encouragement, our well-being and ultimately our purpose here on earth, but it should never become our identity.   We perform our work as unto the Lord. Therefore, our integrity in all that we do Read More

God is with you in the storm

Peace in the Storm

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I recently watched on YouTube a sermon by Bill Johnson, a Senior Pastor at Bethel Church in the USA. He gave the message only three days after his 67-year-old wife passed away from cancer.   Bill makes some bold statements in this sermon including the following interesting comments, which I’ve paraphrased:   Unfortunately, we don’t Read More

Finishing Well

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As I am writing this, I am quietly aware this is Ash Wednesday the first day of Lent, the 40 days before Easter (not including Sundays). This would be the culmination of Jesus ministry on Earth with His death and resurrection. This was the fulfilment of the Father’s plan for the Son. We have seen Read More

Shaken and Stirred

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Contrary to that well known James Bond saying, “shaken not stirred”, the other day I was shaken and stirred after watching a recommended series on Netflix. MAID is not a feel-good series; it is a bit dark in its reality; the language can be uncomfortable as it uses that word that starts with the letter Read More

Finding Purpose

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At a recent PK Friday morning online men’s discussion group, this question was discussed, “Is there a difference between success and significance?” It is a question we all have to answer, and we also need to ask the question, “How does that play out in my life, today?” When I was 14 years of age, Read More