Category: Editor’s note

Working in the unexpected

And it is often only then, that we turn to prayer. As a last-ditch effort. As a desperate cry. A call for help and strength. A solution to our problems.

The father wound

You don’t have to be a biological father to be a father figure in someone’s life.

The gift that gives itself away

Doug’s generosity reminded me that the best thing we can do with the gifts God has given us is to give them away.

Speaking the right language

We need to become masters of language, those who truly proclaim the gospel to every “tongue”.

How’s your reputation?

As Christians, we should all strive to have a good reputation. Otherwise, how are we to successfully do the work God commissioned us to do?

God has already provided

There is nothing wrong with exploring our response to grace and it is healthy to respond and look for ways to engage and live our faith, faithful to the call of our King.

The paradox of divine violence

Humanity needs a solution to end violence permanently . . . Thankfully, we’re provided this solution in the person of Jesus.

Every member has a story 

When we are remembering and retelling the stories of what God has done, we are walking in the footsteps of the ancient Israelites who were encouraged to tell the story of how God rescued them from Egypt.

Life-changing stories

We love telling stories of how God is using people and ministries throughout the South Pacific Division to make a real impact on the world.

Spirit of discernment

Discernment of God’s will is possible but it comes through prayer, constant practice in the real world, doing good to others and exposing our thinking to others. 

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