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Jesus Calls Disciples

Jesus Calls Disciples

The shared collect for next Sunday (February 7) and the weekdays following until Ash Wednesday. Let us pray (in silence) [that our hope in God may influence us daily] Pause Keep the household of your church, O God, [or Keep the whānau of…] safe in your tender compassion, so that we who entrust ourselves totally… Continue Reading

Rethinking Candlemas

Candlemas

With the temperatures in the high twenties (that’s 80s for those still using the incomprehensible Fahrenheit), sunset about 9pm, and children beginning to go back to school after the long summer holiday, candles are probably not the first things that spring to mind in this Southern Hemisphere. It is understandable that, at this time, in… Continue Reading

The Passion The Poetry of God

The Passion The Poetry of God by J. Clontz (Author), T.E. Clontz (Editor) Kindle edition only. These are the editors of The Comprehensive New Testament Well this is a slightly different post. Somehow, I fell over this book, The Passion The Poetry of God, and bought it. It is only available in a Kindle edition.… Continue Reading

Buskers Lead Worship

Buskers

The annual World Buskers Festival has just concluded in Christchurch. The weather was dreadful at the start of the week (yes – just keep repeating the mantra, “There is no climate change!”) Once again (I have blogged about buskers previously – if you want to read more, see “Similar Posts” below), I am taken by… Continue Reading

Jesus is Maori

Jesus is Maori

Jesus is Maori

Risen – the Movie With some good actors (eg. Joseph Fiennes, Tom Felton, Cliff Curtis), and promising trailers, oh that we might have a religious film that is worth going to the cinema for. I hope for a movie that can be watched by the intelligent devout as well as atheist and agnostic. The recent… Continue Reading

The Anglican Church Of Or

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Travelling around NZ Anglicanland, when you are not worshipping with your own community, you get a better sense how everyone is just doing what is right in their own eyes (Judges 17:6; 21:25). Common Prayer still exists – in the sense of people joining together for communal worship in a single congregation. But, especially in… Continue Reading




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