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Lying awake one night, I began to ponder how much caffeine I’d had that day. One thought led to another and before long – instead of counting sheep – I began to count cafes. Still wide awake, I realised how spoilt for choice I was with...

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Up’s and down’s, high’s and low’s, they’re all a part of the Christian life. Yet, nothing quite sucks the air from your lungs like the thought that nobody knows what you’re going through. And the enemy of our souls loves to leverage that isola...

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Nope, it wasn’t a bad word nor even a heretical slip. We were just protecting the name and reputation of one of my old police buddies. The videographer says to me, “So, you want me to censor his name?”. I reply, “Yep (Blank), best to remove his na...

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Aiden Wilson Tozer (April 21, 1897 – May 12, 1963) Many of Tozer’s published works were written during the 1940s and 1950s, a period marked by WWII and western civilisations’ efforts at recovery. After his death, a further fifty books –...

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As I exit from immigration, a sea of faces look towards me expectantly and then avert their gaze in disappointment. Flowers, balloons and hugs await some lucky traveller and it’s fun to watch the reunions. People’s spirits are immediately lifted in th...

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I’ll never forget, standing in the massive car park of a church in the US, just two days before Christmas 2002. I’d just been asked a simple question and was now weighing up how transparent I should be. The words were ricocheting around my min...

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With only days to go before my daughter’s 21st birthday party, Jade had a terrible let down! The culprit was the clothing rail in her wardrobe. Apparently there were too many clothes… or too few screws (who am I to judge) but either way, the...

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Just thinking… As a young man, I was quite moved by the plight of those who – due to poverty – were forced to dwell in the slums emerging throughout the mega-cities of Asia. My travels eventually allowed Bron and I along with our so...

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