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Category Archives: Meditations
Here is my latest devotional, written for The Anchor Church: “It’s the thought that counts“.
Here is a contribution to the Kiwimade preaching blog on why preachers should, and need to, pray.
Here is a devotional written for the Anchor Church in Whitby on God’s grand designs for us.
A mediation I wrote about Christmas and published on 9 December 2012 is now online
In this article, ‘In my humble opinion’, I offer a meditation on the Christian grace of humility, published in the November 2012 issue of Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought and Practice, 19 (3): 38-43
Drawing on Ephesians and the work of John Webster, among others I, in this article published in Colloquium: The Australian and New Zealand Theological Review reflect on holiness: as a divine perfection, as God’s self-revelation, graciousness, opposition to sin, as death … Continue reading
You can now view the programmes and register online for the Kiwimade Preaching forums in Auckland, Waikanae or Christchurch. I will be addressing the question at the Waikanae forum on ‘who is the Kiwi in Kiwi-made?’ At the forum there will … Continue reading
Today Christianity lost one of its giants. At 90 years old, John Stott, Rector Emeritus of All Souls Langham Place, died in the presence of his friends, to the music Handel’s Messiah, and with the welcoming call home of his … Continue reading
My latest blog post on Kiwimade Preaching is now online here – where I do a little forecasting of what the future for preachers in New Zealand will look like and the kinds of people in their congregations and the issues … Continue reading
A friend of mine, who is a well-seasoned traveller, said to me the other day that ‘travelling business class doesn’t make the plane go faster’, which struck me as fairly profound.