Wow! Last week’s resources were mega-popular. I got over one week’s worth of traffic in just one day! So, if that’s what is helpful, here’s another bundle for the Sunday after Pentecost, or for any Sunday when you are looking at the Trinity. As always, there are liturgy resources at the end: a confession and … More Trinity – Ps 8, Rom 5, Jn 16
What a whopper of a weekend! UK readers will know that the weekend of Pentecost 2022 is Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee celebration with jollities abounding and lashings of trifle. Many Happy Returns, Ma’am. If you are running a Jubilee event, or perhaps a Jubilee-themed Messy Church or assembly and want some ideas, check out the selection … More Pentecost – Acts 2, Romans 8, John 14 plus Jubilee!
Waaaa hoo! At last, we are rounding the final bend. On the home straight. Almost there. Click Here for a HUGE bundle of resources from all over the place – videos, scripts, printables, makables, meditations, games, spoken word, recipes – everything! It’s perfect for satisfying all of your Easter needs. Well, all except the mountain … More Good Friday and Easter Sunday
Here are my reflections on a famous phrase and a very bad recipe for soup. I would also commend to your attention this longer (and far more erudite ) reflection by Brother James of the Anglican Dominicans, which you can find here. Also this week, liturgy resources based on this week’s readings (see end of … More Lent 1 – Luke 4:1-13
Spurgeon has a point. Faith must be a living breathing obedience even when it hurts- or it is dead and useless except as a hobby. … More Abstract Rose- Look, See, Pray
Taking time to fix my attention of God. Using Bible, prayer, silence, art, photography… these can “prime the pump” but our goal is discover ourselves to be in the PRESENCE of God. Tozer is one of many Christians who has discovered the JOY of gazing on the beauty and Love of God. … More Simply Perfect- Look, See, Pray
John 3:1-17, Romans 8:12-17 To slightly mis-quote Monty Python, ‘What has the Trinity ever done for us?’ Well, maybe not aqueducts, roads or public baths, but in today’s passages we find probably the biggest and best thing that anyone ever did for someone else. God adopted us into his family, and by doing that gave … More What has the Trinity ever done for us?
We like to attribute human emotions and actions to animals, especially when they adopt a pose like this otter! So please pardon my whimsy… Perhaps these creatures know more than we think. … More Contemplation- Look, See, Pray
Photographing autumn landscapes is a delight, but sometimes the end result doesn’t match the image in our mind. The temptation is then to “cheat” a bit on the computer and process it as really bright and colourful. Does it look better? You decide! … More Better or Worse? Look, See Pray
Brains are given for more than keeping our ears separated. Occasionally one meets people who disprove this generalisation. I’m not easily offended or aggravated, but I will make an exception if I am pushed. (This proves I still have room for growth and an increase in maturity, but sometimes, some people…) Today I noticed a … More Using Our Brains- Look, See, Pray