Part 2 of the list features everything from Japanese fiction to American pragmatism, making a stop past English Catholicism on the way. There is also a pastor with gay parents and a conservative view of marriage.
In this message - which I preached at Midrand Bible Church - the text covers the brokenness of David's family and how the passivity of David only went on to exacerbate that problem. David wished that he could have died in his son's place. He had no idea that a son of David would die... Continue Reading →
I benefit a great deal every week from some helpful and insightful articles on the internet, and so I thought it might be good to create a weekly forum where I could share some of those that I found interesting, challenging or inspiring. These are in no way an endorsement of all of the content... Continue Reading →