Team Talk

Team Talk – K is for . . .

K is for . . . They say that Finnish is the language of eternity because it takes so long to master. It is a language full of Ks and Vs! In honour of our Scandinavian friends we are going to look at a few words beginning with the k sound to close this mini-series.... read more

L is for Lavishing, Listening and Lamenting

Lavish your love See what great love the Father has lavished on us. (1 John 3:1) Because we have received ‘the riches of God’s grace that He has lavished on us’, as Paul puts it in Ephesians 1:8, may we find ingenious ways to pour this love out on others too.... read more

Team Talk – A is for Assess

A is for . . . Assess This next A concerns our ability to assess what the Lord is doing at a given time in a given situation. It may sound a bit whimpish, but it’s not always easy to discern whether certain things stem from God, the devil or are just purely natural.... read more

T for TEAM talk

Turning to prayer Turning information into prayer, and sight into insight Every time Christians get together we share matters that are worthy of prayer. How much richer if we can go beyond holding this information in our heads by converting it into prayer. All of us... read more

T. E. A. M. The team is shaping up well.

It’s been a while since we have been in touch so you may have forgotten that we have looked so far in this mini-series at T – Tortoises and togetherness E – Exploring new ways to Encourage Elasticity in the Ekklesia were looking at: A – The power of Acceptance Now, as... read more

Team Talk Part 3 – A is for Acceptance

Grace is getting [and giving to others] another chance even though you [and they] haven’t earned it or deserved it. (Fritz Ridenour) You may not have received all that you want, but have you tried thanking God for the things you do have? Whether we are happy or not in... read more