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When leaders let us down

When leaders let us down

This article and thought process has been triggered by a recent article published by respected magazine – Christianity Today – that raised sexual harassment allegations against a celebrated Christian leader and teacher. In the weeks prior to that, non-Christian / mainstream news-agencies had already started reporting on the incident.

Pandemic and Plans

Pandemic and Plans

When news of the coronavirus broke in March, I did not expect the shutdown to last for more than a month. I assumed life would bounce back to normal soon, and that my plans for the year would remain mostly intact. I was wrong.

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Courage to Live Love

Courage to Live Love

Today we live in times that none of us were prepared for. The unexpected turn of events, the unmeasurable waves of grief, and uncertain times that lie ahead of us. In the midst of all this chaos – the one question that everyone is trying to answer is, “How do we respond? How do we live well?”.

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Victory and me

Victory and me

The best race I’ve ever run in my life was the 1500 metres in the 1991 “Mussoorie Olympics”, an inter-school competition held in Wynberg Allen School, Mussoorie. I was running alongside many runners, but also against the reigning champion who was a shoo-in to win.

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Effective sheep listen.

Effective sheep listen.

As we read through the gospels, we find that there are times when Jesus makes a claim about Himself but then also goes on to call those that follow him to live up to that claim themselves. One example is when Jesus says “I am the light of the world” (John 8:12) but also goes on to say to those following Him “You are the light of the world” (Matthew 5:14)

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Effective sheep eat right.

Effective sheep eat right.

In the Bible, right at the end of John’s gospel, you find an interesting dialogue between Peter and Jesus. Jesus, in effect, commands Peter to feed the sheep of God. Now this, among other verses, has become one of the hallmark verses when defining the role of the pastor of a Church.

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The Discomfort Of Neutrality.

The Discomfort Of Neutrality.

There’s a new Bible plan that I’ve been reading, about being less offendable. I wanted to search my heart for pride and self-righteousness and try to channel my feelings and thoughts into something sustainable. It’s a superb study. It’s insightful, convicting and most importantly, rooted in Biblical truth.

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