Ormond Community Church of Christ
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Reflection on the Church and Politics

Damien Ball

Sunday, November 20, 2016



  1. 26 Feb, 2017
    The Season of Lent
    As a church, we need to have an outward focus, and a desire to reach out and share the message of salvation and hope with those who are not part of the kingdom of God. At this time, however, as we enter the season of Lent, we also need to look inward. It can be a time of reflection, of self-examination and possibly self-denial.
  2. 12 Feb, 2017
    What the world needs now, is love sweet love……..
    Everyone wants to be loved, and everyone has a need to be loved and also valued. For some reason, people feel an obligation on Valentine’s Day to do something to show their love, generally by lavishing gifts, such as roses, chocolates, or even jewelry on the object of their affections.
  3. 01 Jan, 2017
    Trusting God in Times of Change
    Sometimes the beginning of a new year comes upon us without much prospect for change or challenge of ‘the new”. This new year, however, portends change in our world that is dizzying and radical… we feel the need to reach for the brakes or to take a holiday from the rollercoaster. It might seem like that also with the changes at Ormond CCC ...
  4. 06 Nov, 2016
    What will you be remembered for?
    Martin Luther is remembered for starting the Reformation of the Church (the Roman Catholic Church) in 1517 by nailing his 95 theses to the door of the All Saints' Catholic church. They were his objections to the corrupt practices occurring in the Middle Ages.  This was 500 years ago, and next year in 2017 this “Reformation Jubilee" will be celebrated in Wittenberg, Germany. It is a big anniversary for Christians worldwide, and especially for Germans. "Martin Luther, I think, is one of the
  5. 25 Dec, 2016
    The Reason for the Season
    The Reason for the Season     For many people, Christmas is about Santa Claus, holidays, giving and receiving presents, and lots of traditions that include mince tarts, plum pudding, turkey, ham, a beautifully decorated Christmas tree and—of course—getting together with family and friends. Those traditions are all wonderful and enjoyed by most of us. But, they are not really what Christmas is all about as Charlie Brown wants us all to know...