“The Christian Church has mostly reduced Christ’s ministry to one of dying to placate an angry God bent on punishing the sinners. According to this limited view, the death of Christ was payment on behalf of sinners; providing God with the legal right to forgive sins, past, present and future. More seriously, it damages the doctrine of grace.”
A poetic reflection on Christ’s crucifixion.
A visit to the Garden of Gethsemane, gives us a glimpse into what Easter really means and the stakes of what hung in the balance.
There are two types of people in the world. Those who get annoyed about hot cross buns appearing in shops on Boxing Day and those who absolutely love it.
Papua New Guinea’s leader reflected on the hope that Jesus’ death brings and shared his intentions to improve the country’s weak health sector.
Lessons from Jesus’ death and ministry that teach us how to live and love.
Broome church in Western Australia shared the message that “hope lives” with their neighbours this Easter. Gift packs were dropped on the doorsteps of all
In dark and difficult times, all we can do is stop and let the Spirit work.
“It was the worst of times, it was the best of times . . .” Judy Fua reflects on the events and emotions surrounding Jesus’ death and resurrection.