by Gary Gallagher

Knowing something is one thing, doing it is an another! It’s funny how we associate knowledge with progress, when in fact it could be one of our greatest hindrances to maturity. The book of James is full of similar challenges. One well-known command is being doers of the word, not hearers only. Doing from a […]

by Gary Gallagher

1 Peter 5:8 says ‘be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour.’ With the same vigilance that prey have in the wild, we too need to be sober minded, especially in an age of distraction and deceit. Gary Gallagher encourages us to stand […]

by Gary Gallagher

Do we still think carnally? Is our Christian walk characterised by a constant struggle with sin and temptation that seems to have no end? ‘Those who are in the flesh cannot please God.’ Rom 8:8 ‘If the Spirit of Him who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, He who raised Christ from the […]

by Gary Gallagher

‘God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them.’ 1 John 4:16 The passage in 1 John exhorts us to love. And often as Christians, we do our best to love people more, so we can be more in God. But is that the right order of things? Just as […]

by Gary Gallagher

Colossians 3:16 says, “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly.” But does the Word of God truly dwell in us? According to surveys, about 19% of church-going believers read their Bible every day. Meanwhile, the average adult spends 4 hours a day watching television, and 8 hours a day engaging with social media. […]

by Gary Gallagher

The enemy often baits us to take offense and many of us bite and fall into unforgiveness and bitterness. Gary Gallagher teaches from 1 Peter 2, and about how believers can have the mind of Christ even when suffering for doing good.

by Gary Gallagher

Gary asks us an important question – where is our hope? In order to live in the hope that comes from the truth of who God is we need to disentangle ourselves from the every day things that distract us and focus fully and completely on God.