Cameron's church

St Stephen
Lugarno, *Province/Other 2210

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  • What About Suffering?

    Contributed on Aug 4, 2007
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    Part 2 in a series about responding to tough questions. Part 1 examined other religions. This sermon responds to the question, How could God allow Suffering?

    What about Suffering? In 2005 some friends of mine were pregnant with their first child. They happened to be studying at college at the time, with the intention of going into Asia to preach the gospel after they had given birth. About 6 months into their pregnancy they found out that there more

  • Approaching God?

    Contributed on Jun 3, 2006
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    Falling away? Sympathy with the high priest? What confidence and relevance does this section of Hebrews have for us today?

    Hebrews 4:14 - 6:20 1. Sympathetic roles A few years ago I went to TAFE to study a Certificate in Social Welfare. It was a night time course and on the first night there, we had about 40 people huddled into this over-crowded classroom. And the teacher up the front asked us all a question: more

  • The Invitation

    Contributed on May 12, 2006
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    God offers all people an extraordinary invitation to come to him....

    1. An extraordinary invitation (55:1-4) Last week I attended my first ever Chinese Wedding Banquet. Because I had never actually been to one before, I was told there would be quite a bit of food. So right from the start I had fairly high expectations. I’m quite a big fan of food as some of you more

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  • I Was Watching A Movie The Other Day Called ...

    Contributed on Aug 4, 2007
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    I was watching a movie the other day called Blood Diamond, a film about the terrible loss and suffering caused by internal conflict in Sierra Leone. The main character turns to his friend and says “Sometimes I wonder if God will ever forgive us for what we’ve done to each other. Then I look around more

  • Not So Long Ago I Was In Cootamundra, A Small ...

    Contributed on Aug 4, 2007

    Not so long ago I was in Cootamundra, a small drought stricken town in the middle of nowhere when I heard a story of a particular farmer. A Christian man who grew wheat, who had survived the drought when suddenly the rains came. And they came hard, so hard in fact that hail came with it. And 20 more

  • I Wanted To End By Recalling The Story Of A Man ...

    Contributed on Aug 4, 2007
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    I wanted to end by recalling the story of a man named Horatio Spafford. In 1873, he and his family of 4 kids decided to go to London from New York to join the evangelistic movement in England. At the last minute, Horatio was delayed but sent his family by boat anyway. On November 2nd, the ship more

  • There Was A Story I Read The Other Day, About 2 ...

    Contributed on Jun 3, 2006
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    There was a story I read the other day, about 2 friends who were sitting in a pub watching the eleven-o’clock news at night. A report comes on about a man threatening to jump from the 20th floor of a downtown building One friend turns to the other and says, "I’ll bet you ten bucks the guy doesn’t more