The dark side of religion

The dark side of religion

Ever wonder how people who claim to act and speak for God can behave in ways that are so contrary to way Jesus did?

  • Why I’ve had to stop using Firefox

    Why I’ve had to stop using Firefox

    While I write a lot about Pro Audio I do actually spend a considerable amount of time as a web developer.

  • Riding the whirlwind

    Riding the whirlwind

    The contradiction between a crazy, yet gentle, never ending whirlwind; one in which I wasn't sure how to ride.

  • Naked and vulnerable

    Naked and vulnerable

     Leadership. There are so many ideas and connotations with this word. Many want it, but often for wrong reasons. Many are terrified of it. Yet, if we want to influence the world, it’s needed.

  • It's OK not to like Sport.

    It's OK not to like Sport.

    Like all lovers of sport I have come across those people who suffer during the crescendo of the Football season.

  • Three ways to have church for everyone

    Three ways to have church for everyone

    I love church. One of my favourite parts of my church service each week is the children’s talk.

  • The emasculation of love

    The emasculation of love

    One gloriously sunny day on the gold coast during summer I noticed a busty, blonde girl canter across the street to avoid oncoming traffic. The strong message on the front of her tee shirt caught my attention. It read ‘LOVE IS THE ANSWER’.

  • Are you listening to the world, or the word?

    Are you listening to the world, or the word?

    I’m going out on a limb here, but thankfully freedom of speech still operates here in Australia.

  • Waiting... it's no game

    Waiting... it's no game

    As we move into the second half of 2017, many of us start thinking about what went well and what we wanted more of in the first part of 2017.

  • Standing firm

    Standing firm

    There have been moments throughout history where certain people refused to back down and, as a result, changed history. Two examples that come to mind are Martin Luther and William Tyndale.

  • The spiritual parallels to weight loss

    The spiritual parallels to weight loss

    I’ve tried to cheat myself thin and sadly, it never worked. 

  • I'm trapped in a glass cage of emotion!

    I'm trapped in a glass cage of emotion!

    There's no denying it or hiding it, I am an emotional person. I won't watch movies that I know will make me sad, I love a good belly laugh, and if I'm angry, you're going to know about it!

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