Pastor's Blog

by Rev Robert Griffith

Pastor's Blog

by Rev Robert Griffith

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It’s Your Choice

Every moment of every day you and I are faced with choices - the outcome of which can and does affect us, our family, the Church and the society in which we live. Basically, the bottom line is that life is an unpredictable and at times treacherous journey into the...

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The Gospel in 90 seconds

In the beginning there was light and life and love. There was the Father loving His Son in the joy of the Holy Spirit and everything has come from light and life and love. And out of this has come a world that is destined to share in light and life and love. - But we...

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Why we Worship

I remember in my early Christian years we had what we called ‘after Church’ on a Sunday night. We would go to someone’s place who had a piano. No electronic instruments back then. We would then just sing for an hour non-stop and worship God. Of course supper always...

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Do you desire God?

I don't believe love is just doing the right thing. I don't believe love is just keeping commandments. I don't believe love is just being patient and kind and all those other attributes 1 Corinthians 13 lists for us. That is what love looks like when it walks and...

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Satanism in Schools

We know that the secularisation of our Schools has been happening for many years as the voice and influence of God and the Christian Church are pushed further and further towards the school gate and in many cases, all programed Christian influence has already been...

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Truth Decay

“Never let the truth get in the way of a good story.”  I am sure you have heard that old saying more than once. It’s a tongue-in-cheek criticism of those who would seek to ignore the truth all together or, as is often the case in the media, report the truth in such a...

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The Dreaded ‘R’ Word

In our quest for spiritual maturity; in our desire to grow up into Christ, I believe there are many obstacles to overcome and there are many significant issues to tackle. However, I firmly believe that there is one issue, one word in fact, which is at the heart of...

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Is ANZAC Day sacred?

I was watching the news last night on television as they spoke about the many plans across the nation for ANZAC day and the news reader described this day as our ‘most sacred.’ I heard nothing more after that because I found myself wrestling with that assumption. Is...

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The Consumer Church

Throughout the first half of the 20th Century, New York harbour was always busy with ocean liners transporting thousands of people between North America and Europe every week. Great ships like the Queen Mary and Normandie were celebrated as floating palaces, but only...

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Re-thinking Church

I believe there is a great need to re-think how we ‘do’ Church in light of its God-given role in the world. Let’s reflect on that last statement for a minute. If I was to ask most Christians if they believe God desires to use the Church to impact the world and achieve...

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