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By Lauren Maggs. If you missed part 1, click here A while ago, my husband and I attended the funeral of his great aunt. She was a wonderful, faithful Christian
By Lauren Maggs. Catch part 2 next week What discourages you most when it comes to your ministry or your service? Perhaps its feeling like your week was so busy
By Rosie Moore (see more from Rosie Moore) (Adapted from a talk given by Rosie Moore at Christ Church Midrand Ladies’ breakfast on 24 February 2018. This is part 2,
By Rosie Moore (see more from Rosie Moore) (Adapted from a talk given by Rosie Moore at Christ Church Midrand Ladies’ breakfast on 24 February 2018) “Come, everyone who thirsts,
By Linda Ritchie. My experience of motherhood was nothing like I'd anticipated: idyllic scenarios of peaceful days spent feeding and dressing our eagerly-anticipated baby. In fact, my life changed -
By Lutic Mosoane. Whenever we speak about the gospel and culture there is always an unhealthy tension resulting in either the gospel or culture taking precedence. I am not going
By Roydon Frost. Evaluating any culture is a hard thing. Evaluating your own culture fairly, is harder. Evaluating white culture, in South Africa, in 2018, as a white man -
By Gareth Maggs. Every morning we wake up, climb on our hamster wheel, run like crazy and then sleep. Somehow, we manage to eat and if we’re lucky, squeeze in
By Paul Ntini. The bible is very clear on God being sovereign and most Christians affirm God’s sovereignty, but do we understand the implications of it? WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
By Lutic Mosoane. You can make a lot of claims with your mouth, but when you make any claim at all, you have to back it up with your actions.
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