Salt marsh and mudflat, reeds and seawater as far as the eye can see. Even on a sunny day, there is a desolate air of wildness. Human habitation is far away. There is a great deal of nothing. … More Desolate Places? – Look, See, Pray
Everything outside was covered in sparkling beauty. Light + raindrops = diamonds. Yesterday’s trouble and change became this morning’s gift. … More Morning, with Diamonds – Look, See, Pray
Life is (too) busy for most of us. We are always moving, working, travelling – and we are tired and stressed. These two men were crossing the river estuary in Salcombe. The outboard motor chugged along, and the river surface was broken by the movement and bow wave. They were disturbing the peace by being … More Active or reflective? – Look, See, Pray
The Light lives, and love goes on. Light attracts and draws us in. Light enables us to walk in God’s ways. … More Day’s Ending – Look, See, Pray
You might say that the Leaning Tower of Pisa is not a good example of doing it right. When you look at it, the fault is plain to see. It is a kind of magnificent blunder! Crowds flock to see it every year, and it raises a fortune in entrance tickets. … More Doing things RIGHT. Look, See, Pray.
I’m not often up at sunrise. This time was worth it. Our ship glided through the still water of the Mediterranean Sea, and a layer of dust and cloud gradually lifted clear of the water. Then the Rock came into view. … More On the Rock – Look, See, Pray
Christians are not called to be dull, boring, negative or holier-than-thou. We are called to LIVE and in living to bear witness to the saving grace and love of Jesus Christ. Go on, give it a go! … More Carnival! – Look, See, Pray