Corby: You don’t look much like a snake.
Wellington: So? You don’t look much like a crow. Aren’t crows usually black?
C: This is my weekend plumage. Latest fashion round my way.
But talking of colour, aren’t snakes usually a bit more jazzy?
W: It’s camouflage. For when I’m hiding in sock drawers. … More Psalm 19 – Corby and the Rattle-Worm
here do we put our trust when things look impossible?
This funny skit is in the style of a cheesy advert, and is a good opener for discussion. … More Exodus 17:1-7 – Smite!
The church has never been a place for good people. It’s a place for broken, hurting, ordinary people – just like you and me. And God rejoices. … More 1 Timothy 1:12-17, Psalm 51:1-10, Luke 15:1-10
God uses loved, mended, broken people to bring broken people to be mended and loved.
It’s like Eton Mess – crushed fruit, broken meringue, bashed-up cream – yet so good. Our broken-ness, in God, is redeemed. … More Psalm 51
There’s a huge difference between child-like and child-ish. The disciples were being child-ish, and we, if we’re honest, are no different sometimes. We’re all basically children in a bigger bod … More Mark 9:30-37