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Lift High the Cross

Greetings, David here. This week we’re reflecting on the cross.  The empty cross, like the empty tomb speaks to us not of loss, but of hope and abundant life.  Jesus died, was buried and then rose. Not many people saw … Continue reading

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Through the Cross

Hi everyone, Rob here. Why don’t Christians wear an empty tomb around their necks? Admittedly it’s probably a bit tricky to manufacture and represent, but for the early Christians Jesus’ empty tomb was the defining symbol of their faith, not the cross. … Continue reading

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Holy Freedom

Hi, Rob here. One of my favourite verses in Scripture is Psalm 119:32, “I run in the path of your commands, for you have set my heart free.” I love the connection between the freedom of the heart and the … Continue reading

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Take Up Your Cross

Hi everyone, Rob here. In Mark 8:34-35 Jesus says: “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me. For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their … Continue reading

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War and Peace

Rob here. Tomorrow is ANZAC day in New Zealand and Australia. It’s a day when we remember our fallen soldiers; those young men (mostly) who sacrificed their lives fighting for their country. They are buried a long way from home, from … Continue reading

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The Celestial Cross

Hi David here.  I was struck by Rob’s post on Belovedness.  It got me thinking about the cross, what it means to people when they se it and where they see it. A way out in space lies the Whirlpool … Continue reading

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