Wayne on June 22, 2011

1. Find fresh spiritual disciplines. A conference in California has the theme ‘One Hundred Ways to Pray’. Well, find about three or four, and ’shut the door’ as Jesus said (i.e. put in a telephone answering-machine), and learn the art of relaxing, contemplative prayer. Then, as the New Testament suggests, don’t be surprised when trials […]

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Wayne on September 22, 2010

I use Dragon Dictate on my Mac to dictate all my Bible talks. There’s a few things I like about it: Seeing as I’m going to be speaking a talk, there’s something more natural about speaking it as I write rather than typing it. I’m a slow typer so it’s a lot faster. I have […]

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Wayne on April 28, 2010

This blog article by Josh Harris  got me thinking about the notes I preach from. So I collated the manuscripts of some of the preachers I like listening to to see what they use. (Thanks to Bryson, Steve, Mike and Craig and Al for providing their notes!)

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Wayne on March 23, 2010

Last week in our men’s group,  in preparation for our Bible talk by Jim Ramsey on the prodigal son,  I did this bible study from Luke 15 which I wrote just beforehand. What’s unusual about it is that it has 15 questions,  and rather than go through them one by one I said  “Let’s take a few minutes […]

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