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Jason loves to communicate God's word both in the local church and at conferences and retreats. Jason has been involved with Worship Music since 1996 and InFocus since 2005. Jason has degrees in theology, music, accounting, and research and is currently a PhD candidate and lecturer in the College of Business, Law, and Governance at James Cook University, Cairns. Jason is also a pastor at CrossPoint Church. You can contact Jason at email@example.com.
Probably all of us would like to think that our life would make a difference in some way. Thinking about all the things we cannot change is both sobering and humbling. Whether it be a father with his son, a pastor with his people, or a discipler with his diciplee, the change that matters is never something that we can do on our own. We can convince someone to make outward changes, but change in the spiritual realm is something that requires the Holy Spirit's working in the heart. The following lines were intended to be an article on this topic, but just kind of came out differently. (more…) Read more
By Jason Harris The Definition of Anger The Macquarie Dictionary defines anger as "Strongly felt displeasure aroused by real or supposed wrongs, often accompanied by an impulse to retaliate." Websters Dictionary defines anger as "A strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance." So anger is a strong emotion of displeasure aroused by a real or imagined offence. I become angry when I am actually, or perceive myself to have been, wronged. (more…) Read more
Talking with people from various religious groups as a young person, I was challenged on the deity of Jesus Christ. I decided to find the truth for myself. This study came out of my personal Bible study. Hopefully it will be a help. (more…) Read more
There are many things that good conservative people disagree on. Are they all equally important or are there some things that are less important than others? The answer to this question will determine the entire direction of our lives and our ministries. Conviction - There are two levels of conviction. 1) Essential conviction - Something that is so clearly revealed in Scripture that I would be willing to die for it. The Fundamental doctrines and clear commands of Scripture. (Daniel 1:8, Daniel 3:15-18) 2) Personal conviction - Something that the Holy Spirit has convicted me of personally. May be based directly on Scripture, on principles of Scripture, or on the subjective leading of the Holy Spirit. Something that is not clearly revealed in Scripture. (Acts 16:6, John 16:13) Conviction: th... Read more