Barry Kirby

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Barry Kirby is a disciple of Jesus Christ, living in relationship with Father God, through the power of the Holy Spirit. Barry works and worships with the Salvation Army based in Wellington, New Zealand.

  • The Journey of Mordecai Part 2

    Hello everyone, my name is Mordecai. As I said in Part 1 you can call me M. If you haven’t read Part 1 of my story check it out here.

  • The Journey of Mordecai Part 1

    Hello everyone, my name is Mordecai.

  • Coronavirus “Not Afraid”

    This is an unknown time for us as humans, but God is not in Heaven face-palming himself. He is not surprised by Covid-19. He wasn’t distracted by something else happening in the world that He missed this virus starting.

  • Living a life of Salvation

    As I sit down to write this article I am somewhat overwhelmed by the reality of Salvation.

  • Ordinary people doing extraordinary things

    Nehemiah is our man of focus today. When the book opens, Nehemiah is serving under the Persian King. He is a cupbearer to the King. This allows his access to, at the time, one of the most powerful men in the world.

  • What a day!

    Hey, my name is Brendan. Let me share a story with you about one of the most significant days of my life.

  • The Great Banquet Part 2

    I’m back. Sorry that took so long. I had to go cut some more logs as I had used up all the firewood.

  • The Great Banquet Part 1

    My name is Robert and as I sit here in front of my raging fire, reclining into my comfortable blue armchair covered in a woolen blanket my wife knitted me,

  • Reflection on wearing chains

    As I am sure many of you can relate, I have a love-hate relationship with Facebook. On one hand I hate how much ‘people time’ it steals but on the other it's great for reminding me of birthdays and events in the past.

  • Modern life of Joseph Part 2...with some creativity

    I am back. Last time I told you all about my life growing up, how my brothers betrayed me, how life started to get better and then worse when I landed up in prison and how I got to the place where I forgave my brother for what they did to me. God replaced my pain with his affection.