Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Feb 5, 2018
Engaging in Kingdom Culture that brings life change.
It works on this fundamental principle. Hope is the spark that ignites the confident belief and in addition relationships with God and people, lead to Life Change.
Hope + confident belief (Faith) + relationship (Love) = Life
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Jan 31, 2018
And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.
- Paul. (1 Corinthians 13:13)
Paul in his first letter to the Corinthians writes about love in chapter thirteen, but he finishes the chapter by mentioning two other powerful
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Sep 12, 2016
The thing is that Jesus did perform the miracle, but he didn’t feed the five thousand. You may be thinking here; Andrew you’re just being a bit silly about this. But for Jesus disciples this was one of those great learning moments. The disciples rock up with a problem and Jesus says we'll solve it,
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Sep 8, 2016
The famous first national Salvationist here in Sri Lanka, Arnolis Weerasooriya whose picture we all walk past every day said something about the cross. Can you remember reading it, it is on his picture. That’s right he said, “Cross is the attraction.” He died from cholera some years later on the
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Oct 28, 2014
Love eh, the most excellent way, how do we sum this up. What is the main point I’d like to make about love? Well it’s this, “Love is the pursuit of relationships.”
Well what would that look like?
Let me tell you about a couple of young men who were born in the same town back early in the last
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Feb 14, 2014
During the week I have been looking at a book by John Larsson where he called Spiritual breakthrough where he talks about Samuel Logan Brengle.
In his recalling Brengle, Larsson talks of how at the age of twenty-five, Brengle was at a seminary training to be a minister but he was troubled. He
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Dec 28, 2012
We humans tend to come to blockages and stop. The other day I was using a vacuum cleaner, the nice new yellow one here at the hall, I turned it on and it worked (tuned it on made all the right noises). But it had no suck. It had become blocked and jammed with hay where the hose met its body, thanks
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Nov 12, 2012
William Booth our first General was a remarkable man; I have recently been reading a book that was published last year on his visions, with strangely enough the name “William Booth’s Amazing Visions”. In it the editor David Ravenhill mentions that “For far too long the Body of Christ [for the
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Sep 21, 2012
The Parable of Water
There are a lot of things I could compare when it comes to living in the world, sexual sin, the lust we have for objects that are shiny; but, I’ve decided that I’m not going to. I’ve decided to discuss two different liquids. One of them is water and the other is Coca Cola.
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Aug 18, 2012
"Your sins have been your downfall", is where the tar starts sticking to the tyres. Most people generally don’t like the whole “s” word thing.
For some reason there is an issue with the human brain that tells us to kick up stink when we are having a good time, a pleasurable time and someone,
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Aug 3, 2012
From the Olympics I found some really sad stuff, there was a report about a swimmer and a gold medal swimmer to boot whose own mother said that he had no time for meaningful relationships and could only have one night stands, or the cyclist who crashed deliberately to get a restart and went on to
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Apr 29, 2012
So yesterday I went across the road to Jumbos Takeaways. Just as an aside have you ever noticed that just about every town in New Zealand has a ‘Jumbo’s Takeaway’s’ it’s like the franchise that you have when you’re not having a franchise. There was one in Stoke where I grew up, it wasn’t painted
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Apr 21, 2012
Do you know of a bloke called Daniel Carter, arguably the world’s best rugby player.
This from Andy Howell of The South Wales Echo in 2008 “Scrum-half [Justin] Marshall took Dan the man under his wing when he burst on the scene with Canterbury, helping him through games as he developed into the
Contributed by Dale Pilgrim on Feb 15, 2012
NOT HOME YET
Author Anne Graham Lotz told a story in her book, "Heaven, My Father's House". It is the story of an old missionary named Samuel Morrison who had spent twenty five years doing ministry in Africa. He returned to America on the same ocean liner that brought President Teddy Roosevelt
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Jan 22, 2012
Imagine if you would that you want to go to Oamaru on the bus, the buses run to Oamaru every day of the week and there are at least three different bus companies to choose from. The trick with all these bus companies is that they charge different fares and that they go at different times. You can
Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Dec 30, 2011
On A practical level I really do like to garden, those of you who have listened to me preach for a while have probably heard me blather on about my vege garden, it’s looking great at present, I’ve got courgettes growing, tomatoes vines just starting to bear fruit, I’ve already harvested
Contributed by Colin Bain on Dec 1, 2011
GRACE PUTS THE PIECES TOGETHER
I remember years ago watching Tommy Cooper do a trick where you tear up a cigarette paper, blow on the pieces and magically them whole again. He then went on to teach the trick to the audience. The trick he told them was to have another cigarette paper hidden in
Contributed by Colin Bain on Dec 1, 2011
THE CHRISTIAN IS LIKE A DIAMOND
The difference between a lump of coal and a perfect diamond is simply that although they are both carbon, and although they are both crystal-like in structure, the lump of coal is dark and dirty, while the perfect diamond lets the let shine through. The diamond is