MIND READING

Over the years I have lived with people who suffer from mental illness. One day I was sitting having coffee with a housemate and his friend.

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Jenny Murray
DE-CONVERSION (PART 2)

The invisible church is one, for it is in Christ. It is one, yet spans the countries and continents and denominations. It is one, and being His body, the gates of hell cannot prevail against it. Visible churches are always a mixture of saints, not-yet saints, and those who, tragically, will never come to saving faith in Jesus Christ.

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Jenny Murray
DE-CONVERSION (PART 1)

Some people hear the message and are part of the visible church, maybe even having leadership positions. They “understand” the word. However, the word has not entered into them to bear fruit for eternal life and the glory of God.

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Jenny Murray
BEING ON HOLIDAY

I am a redeemed sinner, called by the Lord to be a Pastor. Being a redeemed sinner means that I am never in short supply of things to repent of and call out to the Lord for help to amend my life. This blog will touch on this.

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Jenny Murray
HIS CALL TO COMMUNITY

I have a philosopher friend who once told me rather directly that he never eats at a MacDonald’s, Tim Hortons, or any other restaurant that is inside a big box store like Walmart or Home Depot … he became very aware of the universal belief that dining in a location or with someone actually meant something and created a sort of link socially, psychologically and spiritually.

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Jenny Murray
A MEDITATION ON LUKE 7:1-10

I find one of the most difficult aspects of being a Christian is how to share my faith with my neighbours.Looking back, I believe this is partly due to being raised in a church where it was believed that the more ‘culturally relevant’ you make the gospel, the more likely people will embrace Christianity.

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Jenny Murray
THE GOSPEL COALITION

For me, “Anglican” is an adjective, never a noun. So I would not call myself a Christian Anglican. I would call myself an Anglican Christian. Similarly, I would not call myself an evangelical Anglican. I am an Anglican evangelical.

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Jenny Murray
ISLANDS OF LIFE

It is hard to be truly missional in a wealthy, post-industrial, social welfare country like Canada. We have free healthcare, and free public education up to the end of high school, and many physical needs, by world standards, are met by the state.

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Jenny Murray
WON'T GET FOOLED AGAIN

I often get into conversations with non-christian friends which I wish I could “re-do”. I do not handle them well. This happened to me, once again, a couple weeks ago.

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Jenny Murray