Likening sin to “an arrow falling short of the target”, The Ven. Keith Dean Jones reflects upon the Lenten season’s call to be penitent and “owning up to the truth and asking God for His forgiveness”
A reflection on the 231st Anniversary of the first Anglican service at what is now known as Sydney Cove and the First Fleet Chaplain The Rev’d Richard Johnson
The Ven. Keith Dean-Jones asks whether we can pray for rain while in the grip of drought and, if so, what does praying for rain mean?
Advent is a season of anticipation and preparation, providing Christians with a time to direct hearts and minds “to Jesus’ ‘first coming’, as the child of Bethlehem, His ‘second coming’ at the end of the age, and His many comings in the events of everyday life,” reflects The Ven. Keith Dean-Jones, Rector of the Anglican Parish of Bundaberg and Archdeacon of Burnett