Wayne Vincent

Wayne lives in Brisbane, Australia and has been married to Charmaine for thirty years. Earlier in his life, he ministered as a pastor in Tasmania and Victoria. In mid-life, he considered that if he had his life over again, he would probably have been a teacher. Realising he wasn't dead yet, he completed a double degree in Arts and Teaching, and taught as a primary school teacher for the next nineteen years till retiring at the end of 2021.

Articles by Wayne Vincent.

  • 13 March 2023

    4.4 MINS

    During our earthly pilgrimage, we all have an innate longing to be home with God our Father, Who created us to be with Him for eternity, in joy and peace. I recently experienced a few unexpected days in a public hospital, following a routine medical [...]

  • 22 February 2023

    2.9 MINS

    Like me, you may never have heard of John Harper. It was a surprise for me to discover that he played a pivotal role in helping many people caught up in an event that has captured the imaginations of countless millions. It was the sinking [...]

  • 31 January 2023

    2.7 MINS

    Is it fair that a lobster now has more rights than an unborn human baby? Why can't we apply the same ethical standards to a living human being? “Your death will be humane. We’re not monsters. … Our understanding of what it means to humanely [...]

  • 14 December 2022

    2.5 MINS

    What if the first Christmas took place in a 21st-century Western culture? Consider the different set of life choices that would have been available to someone living in the Middle East at that time. Could a possible scenario go something like this? As was the [...]

  • 24 May 2022

    1.5 MINS

    People born into a pit are not aware that they are in one. Some may become content with where they are. Others may feel that there must be more to life and try to find it. Where are you in this allegory? Comic strip [...]

  • 12 May 2022

    4.8 MINS

    Life is full of embarrassing moments. Chin up -- you're not alone in this! We would love to think that we have it all together, that we can handle whatever life situations come our way. This of course is not what life is like at [...]

  • 10 May 2022

    3.4 MINS

    When we examine the Word of God in its original Hebrewt text, we can discover profound layers of meaning behind a single word. Here is an exegesis of why John the Evangelist emphasised the word "beginning" when referring to Christ. One of Jesus’ closest disciples, [...]

  • 2 May 2022

    5.7 MINS

    Our human fathers may leave us with wounds, because they carry wounds themselves. But God the Father can make up for their failings and heal us from our pain. I have old black and white photos of my dad and me when I was very [...]

  • 26 April 2022

    4 MINS

    The life of faith is like flying an aeroplane. Your attitude can help or hinder your flight path. Let us turn to that most reliable manual, the Word of God, and maintain our focus on higher things. Right from the beginning, I ask any pilots [...]

  • 15 April 2022

    1.4 MINS

    Defending Albanese's slip-up, Shorten points to the sinless One, Jesus Christ Who saved us from our sins by His sacrifice 2,000 years ago. An excellent Paschaltide reminder as we commemorate Good Friday and celebrate Christ's resurrection from the dead. On the first day of campaigning [...]