Fascinating small fruits in titanium blue set in a “star” of fuchsia-pink are produced from small white flowers. It even has an exotic name- the “Harlequin Glorybower.” … More Long Way from Home- Look, See, Pray
CS Lewis’ wisdom on paddling and jumping in. … More John 6:56-69 – “Master, to whom would we go?”
Phillip speaks up. You can hear the frustration in his voice.
“It would take more than half a year’s wages …”
He’s right. There’s no way we can do this. Why is Jesus even suggesting it? … More John 6:1-21 – The Feeding of the … 12
We meet Jesus in the flurry of busy ministry. There are needy people pressing all around him so that he can’t even eat his lunch in peace. Most people would have snapped by now. “Can’t you give me some space?” “Stop grabbing at my clothes!” … More 2 Sam 7:1-14a, Jer 23:1-6, Ps 23, Mk 6:30-34, 53-56 – Sheep Time!
Sometimes it is tricky to see the miraculous in the muddle of the everyday. You are fishing with your mates – you don’t expect God to being barbecuing on the beach. You are walking along to road, chatting over the latest news – you don’t expect the headline to appear at your side. … More Luke 24:36-48 – Hope in the Muddle
Some ideas for a Maundy Thursday with more of the punch that it had the first time round. … More Maundy Thursday – What really needs cleaning?
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