Let me introduce a little more about myself. Since it’s a relationship workshop, I should tell you a little bit about my wife and family. I got to know my wife Catherine, in university through Campus Crusade for Christ as well. We were married in 2005 and this November, by God’s grace, we will celebrate … Continue reading A Relationship Workshop (conducted in True Way Presbyterian Church in 2015 )
Something I've been "working on" lately. Go check it out here!
Four principles that can help us finish well: 1. Don’t be discouraged by your past 2. Learn from your past 3. Journey together 4. Look at the big picture
The Old Testament as a set of moral rules or obligations. The Old Testament as passé, out of date, or even irrelevant for the New Testament Christian. These two broad ideas define what many Christians think about the Old Testament today. Unfortunately, when we neglect or jettison the Old Testament, which makes up almost three … Continue reading The Importance and Relevance of the Old Testament to the Christian
"as poor yet making many rich..." 2 Corinthians 6:10 The first disciples were not well off materially, yet they made many rich spiritually by giving them the gospel. Modern day prosperity preachers are well off materially, riding on the riches given them by their flock and thus not only impoverishing them materially, but also … Continue reading Prosperity ‘gospel’?
God is faithful; as spouse, as father and as friend.
It is a familiar story. The one where Jesus sets two men free from demonic possession, by sending the demons into a herd of swine and causing the swine to commit mass suicide. Ok that last detail may be exaggerating the storyline just a tad bit. But that's the story in essence. Part of the … Continue reading Inconvenient Christianity