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Hey Christian, Don’t ‘Quiet Quit’ Your Faith

By: Stephen McAlpine

Hey Christian, are you in danger of quiet quitting your faith?  You know what quiet quitting is, don’t you? Read more

John and Amy’s Kitchen Table – And What it Says About Worship

By: Stephen McAlpine

It was one of those serendipitous moments. There, advertised on the Facebook page of a friend from my old days at Fremantle Assemblies of God church in the mid 1980s, was the kitchen table and chair set we had been looking for. Read more

Are You One of the Quiet Quitters?

By: Stephen McAlpine

If TikTok says it’s a thing, it’s a thing. So the phenomenon known as “quiet quitting” is a thing. Read more

Society is Suffering A Case of Mistaken Identity

By: City Bible Forum

There’s a lot going on in our society around identity at the moment. I only have to say the words “Manly Sea Eagles” and you’ll get it. Read more

Has the Universe Outgrown God?

By: City Bible Forum

Mind blown! The pictures coming from NASA’s James Webb telescope are incredible. Read more

Don’t Miss Out On Majesty – It Could Be Right in Front of You

By: Stephen McAlpine

Of all the great stories told during the 70th Jubilee celebrations of the Queen, the most memorable, and funniest, is told by the head of her security detail. Read more

“Social Glyphosate”, aka Individualism, and How It’s Withering Our Society

By: City Bible Forum

On Monday morning I decided that I would take to all of our indoor plants with weed killer. Actually I didn’t decide that. I decided to feed all of the plants with liquid fertilizer, but inadvertently took the wrong bottle out of the cupboard and gave them all a liberal dose of glyphosate, a broad-spectrum herbicide. Read more

Jesus Takes the Worry Out of Worship

By: Stephen McAlpine

I’ve taken the opportunity during an extended, and gloriously sunny, beachside holiday to plough through the Pentateuch.

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The ‘Slap’ – A Reflection on a Moment of Public Humiliation

By: Stephen McAlpine

Last week, a man humiliated another man and his wife in front of a crowd of people. The humiliated man was me. Read more