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Everyone has heard it. You’ve probably said it. It seems clear enough. Everything has a cost. There’s no such thing as a free lunch. But is it true? The origins of the phrase appears to date back to the 1930s when American bars used to offer a free lunch with the purchase of a drink. …
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Almost every day things happen where I think “That’s not how I would have done it”. This ranges from things at work, to the clothes people wear, from little things like making a ham and cheese sandwich, to big things like marriage proposals. Everyone has an opinion, whether they voice it or not. But have …
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We’ve written a book! That’s right. We have written a book and it is now available on Amazon. So, if you are looking for something inspiring, something delightful, or something that will make you appreciate Christmas even more, why not check it out. It is called “The Gift of the Magi”. We are selling it …
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Have you heard of the Hayne Plane? It has recently trended around the world, but in particular in Sydney, Australia after Jarryd Hayne, former Rugby League player, made the final 53 man team for the San Francisos 49ers. And since it happened, it has been one of the top stories for almost every news outlet …
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Minions – small canary-coloured, pill-shaped, overall-clad, villain-following minions. Love them or hate them they are proving disturbingly popular around the world. And I think I know why.

Apart from a few actions scenes having a bit too much action, my 5 year old loved it. And what child wouldn’t love a movie where …
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Kim Davis. A Rowan County clerk in Kentucky. A person who believes that marriage is between one man and one woman. Is now in jail for that belief. One man and one woman. Two men. Two women. One man and many woman. Many men and one woman. Whatever your view, is it really right to …
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What would you do if a local Atheist group put up a huge sign at a busy intersection telling people about sin and their need to be rescued from judgement?

Confused? Suspicious? Thankful?

Yesterday, that exact situation happened in Sydney, Australia. A secular group known as FIRIS, (Fairness in Religion in Schools), …
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Last year, our church had a very special visitor – the future King of England. In fact we had two of them (both the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, and his son, Prince George). Yes, it’s true, they really did visit – they came for an Easter service.

And as you can imagine, …
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The catch-cry of Chapter 1 of the Old Testament book of Joshua is ‘Be strong and Courageous’. It begins where the book of Deuteronomy closes. Moses has died. Joshua is the new leader (Deuteronomy 34:9). Israel has won a string of military victories. And God, fighting for his people who have put their trust …
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Have you ever heard of corpsing?

Perhaps like most people you have no idea what it is and have never even heard of the word. Perhaps you think it relates to a theological debate on the incarnation of Jesus or perhaps you just arrived here after a google search gone wrong.

Regardless …
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