In the course of my travels around the internet, I often come across helpful links and resources that I feel others might find useful too.
In these posts, I want to share them with you.
“Domestic abuse and social isolation: how Christians can help the vulnerable” by Lionel Windsor and Louise Cunningham 01/04/2020
Two of my colleagues discuss the serious problem of domestic abuse in our community and how it’s exacerbated by the COVID-19 social isolation restrictions.
My colleague Peter Orr continues his daily video series on the Psalms. These are very short (between 6-8 mins each) and therefore not overwhelming. Also, they are very accessible. They are very useful for keeping us reading God’s word at this time. Peter helpfully teaches us the Psalm and shows how it applies to our lives.
Two of my colleagues chat about the “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” in the biblical Book of Revelation. They talk about how this biblical vision helps us make sense of God’s purposes in the world without panicking, and how we are to turn to Jesus Christ for rescue and comfort.
Recent Moore College graduate Tawanda Masango writes helpfully about the two responses we can have to COVOD19: fear or faith.
In this one-minute video, my friend Kanishka Raffel shares who is the best leader for each one of us.
Two of my colleagues discuss gentleness—such an important Christian characteristic and key when thinking and discussing the issues surrounding the relationships and ministries between men and women.
The Gospel Coalition Australia is partnering with Colin Buchanan to engage Aussie kids with the gospel, during this pandemic.
Stephanie Carmichael reads her book, aged for 1-4 years, and sings.
A beautifully written article by my colleague about trusting Christ’s promises.
Recent Moore graduate Rob Brown and his wife Alice reflect on their time at Moore and how it helped them prepare for vocational ministry.