“Required” — cchrisholland


God is not a cosmic abstract or blank canvas to project self-centered notions onto. He has specific characteristics and has revealed Himself to us (through the Person of Christ, and His Word). However, we can easily find ourselves drifting toward a focus on stories and personal narratives at the expense of spending time in the […]Continue reading ““Required” — cchrisholland”

Archbishop of Canterbury discovers his real father was Sir Winston Churchill’s private secretary — Christian Today


“This comes as a complete surprise,” he said. But he also said it changed nothing. “I find who I am in Jesus Christ, not in genetics, and my identity in him never changes,” via Archbishop of Canterbury discovers his real father was Sir Winston Churchill’s private secretary — Christian Today

Search The Scriptures —Study 14 — Mark 7:1-23 — Apprehended


Study 14 From The Book of Mark is: Mark 7:1-23 No-one would dispute the earnestness of the Pharisees in observing genuine historical traditions, aimed at the honouring of God. Why then should Christ use such strong language in condemning then (verse 6), and how does He show up their inconsistency? Notice in verses 21-23 that […]Continue reading “Search The Scriptures —Study 14 — Mark 7:1-23 — Apprehended”

“All is well” … A Steady Faith at the Western Front — Think Gospel


J. B. Rowell enlisted in April of 1916 with the Canadian Expeditionary Forces (CEF) and was invalided home in January 1917. Here is an extract of a letter written from the Somme, 1916, just a sample of the faith and feeling of an ordinary Christian soldier thrust into the horrors of war. Faith is passingContinue reading ““All is well” … A Steady Faith at the Western Front — Think Gospel”