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Bishop Peter Brain Reflection 64: Pandemical Kindness.

REFLECTIONS & ENCOURAGEMENTS: understanding and growing through the covid-19 challenge. Bishop Peter Brain Reflection 64: PaNDEMICAL Kindness. “Why are Christians so mean to one another so often?” wrote a US College president. He was reflecting primarily on his experience as a leader. He wrote, “I feel the brunt of just this kind of meanness within…

Bishop Peter Brain Reflection 53: Sacrifice is essential for communal good.

REFLECTIONS & ENCOURAGEMENTS: understanding and growing through the covid-19 challenge. Bishop Peter Brain Reflection 53: Sacrifice is essential for communal good. The Victorian politician’s comment: that Victorians have sacrificed a lot was true, especially in the light of their wonderfully improved covid-19 infection rates. Our lives are built on the sacrifice of others. Parents working…

Bishop Peter Brain Reflection 29: Pandemic encouragements

REFLECTIONS & ENCOURAGEMENTS: understanding and growing through the covid-19 challenge. Bishop Peter Brain Reflection 29: Pandemic encouragements I hope that you have seen and experienced some encouragements during the pandemic. Finding it difficult to remain positive at the moment, especially if I watch too much news, I have been grateful for the many reasons for…

Coronavirus and Christ – Book Review by Laura Hurley

This is a review by Laura Hurley (Bluff Point) for our current audio book by John Piper, “Coronavirus and Christ” …. Book Review Post: Coronavirus and Christ When I heard that John Piper had written a coronavirus book, I was cynical. I knew he’d have good, true, helpful things to say, but honestly, I was…

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