Category Archives: Christianity

The Evil in our midst

I first wrote this article within days of the horrors of the Christchurch massacre when they were foremost in our minds. But I reflected that emotions and opinions were too raw so I held off to just now. Since the … Continue reading

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The forgotten answer to young men and violence

Luke Ablett (Sunday Herald Sun – January 12, 2014) introduces some disturbing concepts when describes the things boys are taught (and I assume, what he was taught) as a boy growing up. According to Luke, boys are taught: To be … Continue reading

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2013 Men’s Conference Revelation 1

Being a Covenant Man Ps Shane Baxter Consider the cost of being a Covenant Man Jesus paid the price Man up Suck it up and be the man Let His kingdom come in marriages, families, churches, communities, the State Men, … Continue reading

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Why is there evil in this world – a comment on Jill Meagher case

The Jill Meagher rape and murder by Adrian Bayley shocked everyone in the community and rightly brought the focus on our legal system, low sentencing of violent offenders and the failure of the Parole system. But there is an unsettling, unanswered … Continue reading

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Three Words

We are often confronted as Christian men with the sometimes difficult question of ‘why are you a Christian?’ For some men, it is easy, they have been set from a life of sin and evil and have been radically transformed … Continue reading

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