elink October 2020 – Spiritual Hunger

Kingdom Connections Illawarra October, 2020 A hungry leader creates a hungry church Having the answers does not guarantee spiritual growth in others Spiritual hunger is different than physical hunger in one significant way. In the physical realm, when a hungry person eats, the appetite is quenched. But in the spiritual realm, hunger for God creates…

elink August 2020 – A thought on Plagues

Kingdom Connections Illawarra August, 2020 A thought on Plagues Most of us know 2 Chronicles 7:14 by heart. The preceding verse is included in the same sentence. 13 “ When I shut up the heavens so that there is no rain, or command locusts to devour the land or send a plague among my people, 14 if my…

elink July 2020 – KCI Future

Kingdom Connections Illawarra July, 2020 Kingdom Connections Illawarra, the future 13 years ago I inherited the Illawarra Pastors Network from David Bartlett. 1 year ago I tendered my resignation from KCI and I haven’t yet found anyone who is willing and able to take it over. Some years ago the Illawarra Pastors Network had a…

elink June 2020 – Things really are different now

Kingdom Connections Illawarra June, 2020 Things really are different now. Is there more to come? The Status Quo has just disappeared. Churches are reinventing themselves. Two key things are driving this: 1 Pushed by the isolation requirements of COVID 19, there has been a rush to ‘doing church’ on line. This has been welcomed by…

elink May 2020 – What will be the New Normal

Kingdom Connections Illawarra May, 2020 Christian Writers and Commentators are busy interpreting the times and offering churches and leaders hope and hints for the future 1. Current Pressure on Leaders: Two articles. See Finding a Pastors State of Mind from Christianity Today (American). This is a sensitive, brilliant article reflecting the journey of a pastor…

elink March 2020 – COVID-19 Coronavirus Resources

Kingdom Connections Illawarra No 2 for March, 2020 COVID-19 Coronavirus: some helpful resources for churches. How bad is this virus, really? The Australian Financial Review says a worst case scenario is 100,000 deaths in Australia. How Serious is the Coronavirus? Infectious Disease Expert Michael Osterholm Explains | Joe Rogan An American website Coronavirus and the…