Make someone feel special with this simple but magical craft – perfect for a Father’s (or Mother’s) Day, end-of-term celebrations for a special teacher or for children moving schools. You will need: coloured paper pencil ruler scissors gel pens What to do: Draw a large circle filling the paper. You can draw around a plate … More You’re a Star! A magical craft for someone special – Father’s Day / End of Term
The open door and the footsteps on the path remind me of a story.
A young man was impatient, rude, and disrespectful toward his father. Demanding his inheritance, and grabbing the cash, he went off to enjoy living. Friends are easy to find when you’re well off, and money is always easy to spend, so for a while he had fun. Then the money ran out. He tried working on zero-hour contracts, but had a thin time of it. … More Welcome home- Look, See, Pray
Mothering Sunday – Crocus Prayers
A thoughtful all-age activity, making simple crocus-shaped flowers in a prayer bouquet as tokens of remembrance or thanks, of sorrow or hope, of joy or loss. … More Mothering Sunday – Crocus Prayers
Leader: Have you ever wondered what God was doing before the dawn of time? Here’s a flashback to a Trinity Planning session.
Father: Do you ever feel lonely?
Spirit: What do you mean? There’s the three of us, and it is perfect.
Son: I think I know what you mean. Yes, it is perfect, and we are in harmony, but I wish we could share it with someone. … More Script – Trinity Planning Session
Instead of a Friday activity, a ‘doing’ post, I am going to make a short series of ‘being’ posts. If you are anything like me, you have far too much ‘doing’ in your Christian life. Sit with me for a while and step outside of all the doing , and into a garden of just being. … More Being -Three Visitors
If Jesus is not God then he is a big, fat liar. He claimed something that was the hugest lie on the planet and made dozens of his friends suffer hideous deaths for no reason. That is not a good moral teacher. That is a charlatan, a con-man, a crook – a nasty piece of work. … More John 10:22-30