Josh Robbie

Press Service International

Joshua Robbie is currently serving the Lord under Pastors Ronnie and Shirley Naidoo of KZN Celebration Centre in Tongaat South Africa. He and His wife Rene’ moved from Australia to South Africa in April 2016. Their desire is to help in whatever way they can so that the church can become all that God has purposed her to be. Josh is a painter by trade and also enjoys sports such as surfing, basketball and boxing. He has also written a book, now available for purchase on Amazon called: “Your Father sees: Living the sermon on the mount”.Josh Robbie previous articles may be viewed http://www.pressserviceinternational.org/josh-robbie.html

  • Descending into glory

    In church, we often get excited by revivalist-style leaders. Many young ministers believe they are on a mission to transform the church. They have a vision of the future and potential of the flock, and they want to see the whole church change right now!

  • Advice for life

    I have decided to give all my readers some advice. I am not all that old, so for some, my advice may seem obvious. Hopefully, I am just old enough for it to not sound naïve.

  • The New Cult

    Assumption of mass impurity and contagion is the basis upon which virtually all cult and ritual systems are built.

  • Moral minimums

    If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?

  • The new colonisation

    The best thing about my line of work is all the new places you get to experience on the road. Painting houses necessitates travelling to wherever the house is.

  • Fresh Bread for life

    What a dull, flavourless life the world is accepting for itself. Willing to sacrifice taste and substance for a few more days of undignified tinned preservation.

  • Revelation road trip

    The end is near, signs are everywhere, and with each new hour more appear, showing that we are further from our starting point and closer to our destination. We must pay close attention to the time and keep going.

  • Peace and safety, peas and carrots

    Peace and safety are not synonymous terms, nor do they go together like peas and carrots. It appears to me that our modern age possesses a perception that humanity cannot have peace unless security under every possible scenario is guaranteed.

  • Advice for travellers

    After six and a half months in Australia, once again separated from my wife due to the pandemic, I managed, on Christmas day, to return to South Africa…and I am stuck here again.

  • The United Nations Drive for Data

    We live in a data driven world. This has a tremendous effect on the way societies are now governed and steered. Understandably governments are always on the hunt for more information and resource through which they can implement strategies for the progress of their nation.