Month: November 2018

Where God Makes His Home

Recently I contributed a series of devotionals for a group of men from my church. I thought I’d repost them here. It is a five part series around the theme of God being in charge of things. This is part 3. The other posts in this series are here. The Complimentary Pair When God finished creation it was ordered as He… Read more →

Wainuiomata Hill descent

I’ve been tinkering around with a Shimano CM-1000 Sports Camera I bought a while ago and captured this footage from a ride the other day. I added the telemetry data with the Garmin VIRB software (the Shimano app is garbage).

The footage itself is a descent into Lower Hutt from the top of Wainuiomata hill in Wellington, NZ. It was into a blustery headwind – as evidenced by the pedalling downhill and my front wheel being caught by the wind more than a few times!

Just what was Jesus up to?

Recently I contributed a series of devotionals for a group of men from my church. I thought I’d repost them here. It is a five part series around the theme of God being in charge of things. This is part 2. The other posts in this series are here. Something’s missing Those of us who are familiar with a traditional church… Read more →

Photo by Sergei Akulich on Unsplash

How would things look if God was in charge?

Recently I contributed a series of devotionals for a group of men from my church. I thought I’d repost them here. It is a five part series around the theme of God being in charge of things. This is part 1. The other posts in this series are here. Have you ever asked yourself this question: How would things look… Read more →