Tag Archive | 2 Corinthians

The virtue of stability (in life, in ministry, in Christ)

There is a time for transition. In fact there is a lot of transition in life and in Christian life and ministry in particular. However, it is not completely true to say that ‘all of life is transition’. We function best as humans when we have times when we are settled in one place or at least […]

Injecting eternal comfort into hard realities

The following powerful testimony from Barnabas Omenda, former iServe Africa apprentice, featured recently in the GLA magazine The Link: What do you say to someone who feels they have lost it all, is over the edge with no one there to break their fall? What do you say to someone who feels so unloved, giving themselves away just […]

Faithful and fruitful in mission – MTC1 2016

We have been reminded recently as a staff team from John 15 that we should be aiming not only at faithfulness (as a steward discharging a duty) but also at a joyful, loving, prayerful, Christlike, tangible, supernatural fruitfulness. At the Ministry Training Course last week we were looking at 2 Timothy and Colossians and seeing there faithfulness […]

iServe Africa Reloaded

iServe Africa Reloaded

Excited to be on week 2 of the new adventure of ‘Training Wednesdays’ as part of an enhanced 2nd Year programme for the iServe apprentices. Some resources and notes so far: Biblical Theology 1-2 Jonathan Griffiths (ed), The Perfect Saviour: Key Themes in Hebrews, IVP Servant Leadership lessons from 2 Corinthians 1-5