Sunday, June 20, 2021
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Why “Jesus take the wheel” is terrible advice

"Jesus take the wheel” neglects personal responsibility and leaves self-control to rot in the spiritual fruit bowl

A plane crash, determination, and hope at Easter

SPD president Pastor Glenn Townend says Easter 1973 is one he'll never forget.

The dog ate my homework: a biblical case for avoiding excuses

To grow and move forward in our faith and life journeys, we must take responsibility and stop making excuses.

The many colours of life

Flowers come in all designs, just like people. Colour, size or shape does not determine worth.

Finding silver linings: thankful and excited for 2021

As the new year starts, Record editor, Jarrod Stackelroth, looks back to the lessons of 2020 and the exciting changes for 2021.

Be like Jesus. Be less nice.

Is being too nice turning you into a bad Christian? We talk people pleasing, dishonesty and burnout.

A life or death question

Are you actively preparing your heart for Jesus' soon return? Or are you a sleeping virgin, living as though you've got 60-plus years of life left to spare?

Excuses excuses

People may spend their lives believing they're boring or uninspired because they're "not creative". This is evidence that as Christians, we have forgotten who we are. 

New 5-Star Signs project launched

Signs of the Times' new "Community Connection" 5-Star Project will reduce the annual cost of Signs magazine from $26 to $20 for those involved in community projects.

Misunderstood

Being misunderstood is never easy, but there are a few people you may have heard of that know the feeling all too well . . .
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