Exodus – Part V

By Pastor Royston Smith The Exodus is arguably the most monumental journey in the Bible. This event has been the theme of films, pantomimes, poems and songs. Each art form focused on the theme of injustice, enslavement, deliverance and restoration. A ray of hope shines through. Many of us like the Israelites, experience such mental slavery that we struggle to find a path to...

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Exodus – Part IV

By Pastor Royston Smith Having been brought up in Pharaoh’s palace, Moses would have been God’s perfect ambassador to Pharaoh, except for the murder he committed which rendered him a fugitive.  Despite this, God had big plans for His people, and they included Moses. “I am sending you to Pharaoh to bring my people the Israelites out of Egypt (Exodus...

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Help Not Required

By Jenniffer Mann Few industries have grown as rapidly as technology. The past 40 years has seen the rise of the mobile phone, mobile internet communications, social networks, and super-fast internet. In fact, some phones are now more powerful than some laptops! However, I am a firm believer that with...

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Exodus – Part III

By Pastor Royston Smith Author and positive psychologist, Robert Biswas-Diener, wrote about the three kinds of complainers – chronic, venters and instrumental. Chronic complainers hinder progress by focusing on setbacks; while venters are attention seekers who consistently seek personal validations. However, those classified as instrumental, are typically problem solvers. Any...

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