Minute from a Minister


05
Apr 2020

You may have heard the phrase, “Satan made me do it“. Lately, I have heard and even been saying myself, “Stress made me do it“. Here’s an example. The Coronavirus has effected just about everything in our lives, including schools. Now, I am working full time (at home), and parenting/teaching my own children full time (at home) while Lesley is still going in to school to teach the students who are still attending (my wife is a school teacher). And if you weren’t aware, my work load has increased due to COVID–19......

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29
Mar 2020

Well friends, this is our first bulletin in a format like this! And only God knows how long this will go on for – many are saying for at least six months. So, if that is the case, we will need to get used to it. The other day I was reading how the very first worldwide Anglican Bishops’ Conference planned for June this year in Kigali, Rwanda, has been postponed because of the implications of the Coronavirus. And what grabbed my attention was the Bible Verse that started this announcement. Here......

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22
Mar 2020

Here are 7 Things we can do to help children/grandchildren/nephews/nieces etc. understand what’s happening and deepen their trust in God — 1. Understand that children respond in different ways — they will have different: concerns, levels of anxiety, willingness to obey restrictions. 2. Know that silence is not the answer – Our God speaks, so should we. Tell children how great and in control God is, and our eternal hope in Jesus. The worst cannot happen to us because our ultimate future is secure. 3. Encourage children to use their words......

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15
Mar 2020

One day we are sitting back on a plane and travelling the world, and almost without hesitation. Likewise, one day we are sipping on our coffees at our local hangout, and in great relaxation. But the next we are anything but sitting back: not sure if we should be travelling anywhere, and buying up all the toilet paper. I sometimes wonder what God must think of this world, let alone what he thinks of us. I also wonder what God’s part in it all is – after all, he is in control,......

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