Posts from July 2013

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Loving our Enemies

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

A non believing, very intelligent, Harvard student of moral philosophy, won a Pullitzer prize for a story on an amazing 6 year old African American girl, Ruby Bridges. This little girl taught him about grace, dignity and forgiveness that breaks the cycle of evil in the world. As the only black student in her school [...]

Enriched by God’s Word

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

It is good to be back after a wonderfully refreshing break and many waves caught. It seems to me that for some unknown reason in July, the beaches are totally reserved for Canberrans. Over the last 3 weeks we have been preaching on the reliability of and the importance of reading, the Bible. Let me [...]

Christian Biographies

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

As we continue to encourage each other to read the Bible, I would also like to urge you to read Christian biographies. Well researched and written biographies of faithful Christians are a great way to get perspective in our lives and to be urged on in the Christian life. At present I am reading 7 [...]

Using the Bible

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

Today we continue our short sermon series on the Bible. After considering whether the Bible is trustworthy, this week we turn to the more practical question of “How do we use the Bible?” Our church mission statement is “Growing Joyful Followers of Jesus”. You simply will not grow as a Christian without reading God’s Word [...]