It seems strange to record that God tests us to see what is in our hearts, as though He didn’t already know. We read a similar thing in Abraham’s life where God called him to his greatest ever exploit of […]
If God is in charge – let’s trust him and enjoy the journey
For the last two years I have been using the daily Bible reading plan designed by the famous Scottish preacher, Robert Murray McCheyne, taking me through the Old Testament once and the New Testament and Psalms twice in a year. […]
Logic on Fire!
What a privilege it was. Often truly awesome and I use that word very sparingly. On Sundays throughout my three years at Theological College in London I would listen to the extraordinary preaching of the remarkable Dr Martyn Lloyd Jones. […]
Passing the Baton
Transition is a demanding and unsettling season in any church or organisation. We in Newfrontiers have just experienced our most significant phase of transition when, as the original founder of the movement, I have handed over the leadership to the […]
There was one act of worship which Jesus said would be spoken of wherever the Gospel was preached. It was when a woman took an alabaster box full of expensive perfume and poured it all over him. You know the […]
“Then they believed his promises, and they sang his praise.” Psalm 106:12 Worship is an expression of faith. It is an opportunity to declare what you believe wholeheartedly, joyfully and gratefully. For a Christian, singing (spiritual songs that is) is […]
Worship in the gathered church has been transformed in recent years. I’m posting three blogs for your consideration on this important topic. Liberty “Now the Lord is the Spirit and where the Spirit of the Lord is there is liberty.” […]
Extravagant Worship: When we meet Jesus…
Sometimes an act of obedience may seem a waste but, beloved, He’s has beaten death! We’re all going to live forever! If that doesn’t blow away all sorts of rational thinking, then what does?
Extravagant Worship: What is it?
The disciples saw her as totally irresponsible. They would rather the money be spent on the poor. Then Jesus says this, ‘the poor you will always have with you. You won’t always have me.’