Faulty Bible Interpretation

Hardly a week goes by that I don’t come across an example of faulty bible interpretation. By this, I do not mean interpretation that differs from mine, but rather an interpretation produced by principles and practices generally regarded as being unsound. Sometimes I encounter faulty interpretation when discussing theology or passages of the bible

TruthTalks Sermon: Lights in the Darkness

Looking Forward – Lights in the Darkness At the end of 2019, Dr Christopher Peppler wrote a short message on being a light in the darkness despite our current circumstances.  In this TruthTalks Sermon, he significantly expands on THIS post. Preached at The Village Church in Lonehill, this message is for

When Darkness Falls

‘When Darkness Falls’ is an appropriate title for this article because all of us living in South Africa have once again been subjected to rolling blackouts, euphemistically referred to as Load Shedding. It is not just that this is inconvenient, annoying, and disruptive to us as individuals, it is also hugely damaging to our

TruthTalks: Imperfect People Among Imperfect People

Have you ever left a church because it was too imperfect? In this podcast, Dr Christopher Peppler discusses the matter of finding yourself hurt, angry or in disagreement with your church and leaving. If you, or anyone you know has had this thought, or are thinking of leaving then you need to ask yourself…

TruthTalks: The Old, Old Story

Talking to children about salvation In this TruthTalks audio podcast, Dr Christopher Peppler talks about children and the gospel. We hear about what he discovered when reading through a children’s gospel tract. We also learn the big truths about what children need to know to enable them to become adults with an understanding of

TruthTalks Sermon: The Tree of Life Triptych

When I was asked to preach at Lonehill Village Church on Sunday 10th of November 2019 I asked myself this question: If this was the last time I ever got to preach, what sermon would I preach? This is a hard question to answer, but I can tell you that the sermon I

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