This will be brief, to the point, and, I hope, helpful. My appeal is to every member of our church: Be helpful. Specifically, help others to follow Jesus. Though there are still lots of things that we cannot do during lockdown, we can do the
A couple of weeks ago, Jill and I were walking along the beach in Umhlanga when a little boy, perhaps six or seven years old, came up to me and, very politely, said, “Sir, congratulations on living a long life!” I must say, it was
Discipleship doesn’t just happen. We need to be intentional about creating deep, honest relationships in which we do spiritual good to other Christians.
Recently, our eldest daughter, our son-in-law, and their three children moved to Washington DC for a brief time. Their youngest son, Tyler, almost four years old, was looking forward to “going to America.” It became clear, however, that his understanding of “America”was all that clear.