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Stay Curious

I was recently driving and saw a sign that said ‘Stay Curious’. I felt that God was speaking through this natural sign on the side of a building to my heart in a supernatural way. Rousing my curiosity regarding who He is and what He is capable of. Stretching the limits of my own imagination and creating a hunger deep within. Curiosity is having a strong desire to learn or know something. Curious people often actively seek out challenges and new experiences to broaden their horizons. They may not need to know but they want to, and this drives their actions. As I thought about this, I considered the bigness of God, the ways he has led me over the years and the times He has surprised me. 

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God’s Economy: Tips for Mastering Your Finances

We’ve all, I’m sure, known that feeling of desperately trying to make money magically stretch to pay-day. Many have recently experienced the squeeze of rising mortgage costs and spiralling inflation, but do we sometimes overlook the Bible as the best source of financial ‘how-to’s? Here’s some of what the bible teaches us…

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An Election Year… So What?

Politics. Love it or hate it, our TVs and newspapers are full of it. Over the last few years, terms like ‘Brexit’, ‘referendum’, ‘election’, ‘Trump’ have become as common as ‘tea’ or ‘coffee’. Whether it has you enthralled or sick to the back teeth, with a General Election looming, things aren’t about to quieten down. The last few years have, in many ways, been divisive, and unity has been affected not only on a national level but also in homes, friendships and, yes, churches. How should we, as people of God, be living in these times? I believe we need to be doing three things:

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Attitude of Ownership

I’ve noticed something about people who are thriving in the House of God. It’s something that is common to every brother or sister in our church family who is really flourishing in this holy household. What I’ve noticed is that they have an attitude of ownership.

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