Healing the Wounds of Jesus’ Followers

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By: Sheridan Voysey

I write this with a heavy heart, as heavy as yours may already be from the revelations of Ravi Zacharias’ hidden life. If you hadn’t heard of him, Zacharias was considered one of this era’s greatest Christian apologists. If you haven’t heard the news, an independent investigation found he had systematically groomed vulnerable women over many years, plying them with attention and gifts, obligating them to return sexual favours, threatening them should they ever tell. Continue reading “Healing the Wounds of Jesus’ Followers”

Grief is the Honour We Give to Those Who Loved Us Well

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By: Sheridan Voysey

Earlier this year, before COVID made things complicated, I attended a thanksgiving service for a much-loved member of our church. We lost Eileen to cancer at just 68 years of age. As the service began, more chairs had to be put out to accommodate the number of people arriving. And it led to a lesson learned about grief. Continue reading “Grief is the Honour We Give to Those Who Loved Us Well”