The transformative power of failure

Failure is not an end in itself, but a vital part of the transformation and learning process. Last week I published an article on this subject and Karen and I would normally chat about it this week. However, I preached on this subject on Sunday and thought that the sermon would be the best

The transformative power of failure

So many people fear failure that there is an actual word describing it… atychiphobia. Perhaps failure would not be so fearful a prospect if we realised its inherent redemptive power. I have long believed that failure is a great teacher and that we cannot really claim to have learned something completely until we have

TruthTalks: Judgement Day

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  Dad (Dr. Christopher Peppler) and I discuss Judgement Day, after THIS post last week. Well, I say discuss, but it’s more me trying to understand certain things, and asking Dad some of the most difficult questions I can think of. If you have any questions about the post, please give this a

Judgement Day

The prospect of a Final Judgement should not threaten any true Christian, for it is the final earthly act in God’s redemptive plan for all who believe. Judgement Day completes the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the Cross; The Day of Atonement resolves Passover. In my last article, I wrote about the Feast of

TruthTalks: Tabernacles 2017

Dr. Christopher Peppler and I (his daughter Karen) discuss Jewish Celebrations and in particular the feast of Tabernacles which is happening right now. Find out why YOU should find this important, hear about Christopher’s supernatural experience in Israel, and (hopefully) have any questions you may have answered from this weeks audio post. My apologies

Tabernacles 2017 and Jesus

To help the Israelites remember His goodness, God gave them three feasts to celebrate every year; Passover, Pentecost, and Tabernacles. As I write this, Jews all over the world are celebrating Tabernacles, but we Christians should pay attention to it too because it also speaks truth to us. Many years ago, our local church

TruthTalks: Comparisons are odious

“Everybody is a Genius. But If You Judge a Fish by Its Ability to Climb a Tree, It Will Live Its Whole Life Believing that It is Stupid”.
This is the correct quote attributed to Albert Einstein I was floundering to find while talking

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