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Jason Harris

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


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    Seems like most everything these days is “too hard” for the pastors. Narcissistic lovers of money. False shepards and false teachers will run from problems. Do as I say,not as I do. You get the idea. Are most of these leaders truly God called in these last days?? The evidence speaks for itself. Just read the news. Criticize them at your own risk.

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    “Too hard” is called Life. Romans 5:8. We’re all sinners, some just perceive some sins to be harder to deal with than others.

    I have a mental health “disorder”. It’s real life to me. You cannot throw me the “don’t be anxious” verse at me, dust your hands and say “well, she isn’t being obedient” or whatever.

    Nothing is too hard for Jesus.

    I think the problem with this post to me is that the undershepherd (pastor little p) is usurping the role of the Lord Jesus Christ (Senior Pastor/Chief Shepherd).

    We all have sins we’re dealing with. I would say the lower case p pastor’s sins are just as important as someone dealing with gluttony (how many fat pastors do you see today?)

    Is gluttony worse than anorexia?

    I understand what you’re saying. I have struggled with difficult friends in the past who’ve had abusive backgrounds and therefore have emotional issues.

    It took a while for God to show me my own sinful behaviours and to realise that they are all not so different than I am.

    Some of us are just able to hide our sins better.

    On a Sunday, that is. :-)


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