Coronavirus closes churches but not the mission

Coronavirus closes churches but not the mission

With the Coronavirus closing mass gatherings, such as church services, here are sometips on how the Church (i.e. Christ’s people) can continue its unshakable mission. Church on Sunday may get cancelled but that does not stop God’s people doing His will..

  • Missionaries and off-shore fiscal  

    This is a perennial issue for missionaries since 9/11 when the US established the Patriot Act forcing all international monies through the US monetary system. There is nothing new about off-shore money.

  • Scientists, Lawyers, Fables and the Resurrection?

  • Hope-shattering hope

    I think that I can safely say that 2020 has not been the year that many of us expected it to be. The world has been confronted with something no one could have ever foreseen.

  • Rest in His Armchair of Love

    Growing up in our family home we had two armchairs, each passed down from my Grandfathers. They were the kind of chairs that after a long day of school you would collapse into.

  • Faith over fear

    There were dark clouds looming over the distant hills, and a quickening wind that rippled the lake. The calm conditions were quickly changing. He knew a storm was coming, yet He said to His friends, “Let’s get in a boat and go across to the other side of the lake.”

  • The Key to a Marriage that Lasts: Burn the Ships!

    Marriage is a wonderful gift from God but as with all the best things in life it is not always easy. Marriage is a beautiful picture of the love that Christ has for his church but since it also involves two imperfect human beings marriages often run into trouble and can sadly end in divorce.

  • Australian secular news in New Zealand

    There are a number of reasons why, as a daily columnist, my nose is into publications of all sorts, not least New Zealand on-line media.

  • Where do we go from here?

    No one saw this virus coming.

  • Expectation versus reality

    Only a few days ago I was sitting at my desk in Lausanne, Switzerland, wondering how I should approach my mooting assignment on human rights and international law. Now I am 11889 metres above sea level and under four hours away from Brisbane International Airport.

  • Defending one of us

    What if I told you depending on your size right now, I will not consider you a part of my community? Oh, if you had any physical problems, you will not be allowed to be around me?

  • This concerns me with 2 baby grand children

    I am a grand father of four, two of whom are babies and their mother’s no longer have the luxury of a baby bonus from the Government. One a school teacher has some legal entitlements to pay while on baby-leave, the other in a mid-size business gets nothing but the Government hand-out.