A great truth

A great truth

Nelson Cook the founder of Coaches of Influence (COIN) in Los Angeles has been ministering to athletes and coaches for forty years and has hosted me on many occasions and invited me to address athlete and coaches' meetings and various men's functions..

  • The two blind men

    “As Jesus and his disciples were leaving Jericho, a large crowd followed him. Two blind men were sitting by the roadside, and when they heard that Jesus was going by, they shouted, “Lord, Son of David, have mercy on us!” 

  • #1

    My heart’s deepest desire is to be known, remembered, and heard by everyone whom I meet, admire and love.

  • Crushing olives

    The pulverizing, triturating, pressing and grinding of 2020 has prolonged into 2021.

  • Honoring Your Season

    In Genesis chapter 8, verse 22, the Bible tells us that, “As long as the world exists, there will be a time for planting and a time for harvest. There will always be cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night."

  • Consider your birthday

    Perhaps it is time we reconsidered our birthday as over 14 years writing this column I have touched on birthday previously.

  • Inheriting God’s promises

    “We do not want you to become lazy, but to imitate those who through faith and patience inherit what has been promised.” (Hebrews Chapter 6, verse 12)

  • Are you suffering for the sake of Christ or something else?

    Suffering seems to be expected in the faith walk. It is part of carrying our crosses when we follow Jesus that suffering for the sake of the Gospel and because of our faith in Him simply follows.

  • I vow to praise You

    Abba, deserves all worship, He deserves all praise

  • Surrendered Surfers Serving

    Over the years I have had the opportunity to do many roles within the surf community. It all started years ago when I got involved in a group called Christian Surfers.

  •  David Garland: The man who invented Anzac Day

    The catch cry of Chaplain Lieutenant-Colonel Canon David Garland was ‘nothing is too good for our soldier boys’. This shows the heart of a man dedicated to the soldiers he served.

  • Can someone pay me a decent wage?

    I remember paying $1 for a loaf of bread. That was a slice of heaven. Can you remember paying $9 for a 24 pack of toilet paper? Those were the days.