God and His Word are constant. But everything else changes. We are resistant to change because of our natural inertia. We like the tried, true and familiar. But change is often a catalyst for growth. When God brings something to an end, He also brings about the birth of something new. When one chapter closes, […]Read More The Closing of a Chapter: A Tribute to Lisa Palm
I’ve had a pretty inspiring weekend. As some of you may know, I’ve been thinking long and hard about unity, particular in relation to how worship ministers can contribute towards God’s move in uniting the church in the city. Part of this includes my crazy idea of having people from different churches form a band […]Read More What Does Unity of the Church Look Like?
I just got back from lunch and coffee with some of the people from my new cell group, all of whom are successful and influential in their workplace and it got me thinking. Today at church was the first time I had heard Pastor Peet Palm preach. I understand that he works with Ed Silvoso […]Read More Worship and the Marketplace
Last night, I was watching a Jackie Chan film called 1911 which chronicled the 1911 Chinese Revolution led by Sun Yat Sen. I have always wanted to read up on Chinese history, but the expanse of it was always too intimidating and I never really knew where to start. 1911 was a precis about the […]Read More Apostolic Worship and the Revolutionary Spirit
I am writing this post from Singapore, where I am currently on holidays. Singapore holds a special place in my heart. It was the place where I experienced two spiritual milestones that shaped in me a heart for revival. I went on my first short term mission trip to Singapore in 1996. You might say: […]Read More A Heart for Revival