Category: Weakness

Clay Jar – evolution

Forgive my self-reassuring, public thinking-out-loud, post. All part of the evolution of the blog. When I started blogging, I was really cautious of becoming a pontificating blog where I just shared my opinions or lessons I’m learning. Although I knew that would definitely be a big part of the content. I also wanted to share…

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when we are faithless…

So this weekend, I had planned to go out for a Thanksgiving meal with some friends. However just before I was leaving I checked my online bank ┬ábalance, and realized I was in trouble. We still had an electric bill to pay and it was a few days before we got paid. Now, it has…

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The Substitute for Habit

A couple of weeks ago, it was my birthday, and I e-mailed my brother about an idea I had. I want to write a book by the end of this year. Or at least have a half-decent first draft of one. I worked out it would take about 3,000 words a week. I asked him…

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The Naked Leader

When I moved from Portsmouth to Birmingham in 2007 after my first year of secondary school. I decided that I wanted to make some significant changes to my personality and the way I acted. Growing up in Portsmouth, I was very quiet. I got bullied a lot, and had only a couple of friends. I…

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Among the Lost

A few of you will remember that since coming home from my Orientation days, I have felt really challenged to “be among the lost”. One of the speakers there explained that he lived in a 90:10 ratio of Christians:Non-Christians, in regards to who he hung out with. He encouraged us to seek to reverse it,…

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FIVE small minutes…

One of my weakest areas as a Christian is… evangelism. I get very nervous at the thought of talking to people, especially strangers, about my faith. Because of this, my wife and I have decided to start stretching ourselves in this arena. We decided a couple of weeks ago to spend 5 mins, only FIVE…

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