The severity of sexual sin

The severity of sexual sin

Sexual sin has become an increasingly important issue in our modern age. A modern age where it is common for both men and women to dress provocatively. An age where limitless explicit content is at our fingertips..

  • Kids wearing purple and paedophilia …. yikes

    It comes around every year in August, so it can’t be Christmas (last I heard that was in December or did someone change the date?), and in case you’re on a bullet train or just sleep walking through life.

  • Why Denominations Matter (And Don’t)

    If there is only one way, Jesus, to salvation, why are there so many denominations? Fair question. The diversity (and, sadly, hostility) between denominations is a peculiarity for a religion that claims to have only one way to God.

  • Special toys to hug

    Every child hugs soft toys – good friends. Moreover some toys are collectors' items even for adults.

  • The heart behind closed doors

    How do we define our faith and check in on our spiritual health? Do we measure faith by feelings, by interpersonal feedback, life blessings, checklists of spiritual deeds or disciplines?

  • Stop crying and laugh

    The funeral had concluded, and the hearse slowly and respectfully drove out of the church parking bay and onto the road.

  • Creativity as worship

    “First this: God created the Heavens and Earth-all you see, all you don’t see. Earth was a soup of nothingness, a bottomless emptiness, an inky blackness. God’s Spirit brooded like a bird above the watery abyss.” (Genesis chapter 1, verses 1-2)

  • Over 97 years

    Helen passed the 97th anniversary of her birth and then changed her address.

  • Why Australians should be proud of our system of Government

    Make no question about it, the Americans are jealous of the Brits, especially where the Royal family is concerned. We see this in their fascination and popularity of TV shows like The Crown.

  • Words, special words

    Word, selective words, powerful words …

  • Orchard Glory

    At an old fruit orchard, I sat in the afternoon sun in a quiet, sunlit room. I laid out a still-life arrangement, the "fruits of the harvest" – ripe lemons, pomegranates, mandarins... plucked from trees I had walked amongst, chosen for their colour, their aroma, their flavour.

  • Where have you put your Anchor?

    I love the ocean, one of the things I love about it is the fact that it can go from complete calm to absolute chaos with waves crashing over the top of each other in an instant.