Monthly Archives: May 2013

Serving without sinking – John Hindley. Or: “How we can be cheerful servers and givers”.

A final quote from this very helpful book: “The only right motivation for serving or obeying Christ Jesus is love. It sounds so simple and obvious; but we saw in chapters three and four how easy and natural it is … Continue reading

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I like the sound of this church …

Another quote from “Serving without sinking” by John Hindley. I like the sound of this church. And I think I can see something of it at Bishopdown – people using their gifts to serve others. Gifts “create unity, and they … Continue reading

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Why Christians don’t need to pray, but might want to!

Another interesting quote from John Hindley’s “Serving without sinking” (page 84), this time on prayer. “Jesus Himself, sitting next to the Father in heaven, is praying for me and my needs. The Father is going to answer Him, and give … Continue reading

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Serving without Sinking – John Hindley

I’ve been reading “Serving without sinking” this week by John Hindley. It’s reasonably short (always helpful) and keeps your interest. More to the point, it’s a helpful reminder of who we are if we are Christians and what that means … Continue reading

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