The photo of a hover fly pollinating a cosmos flower may help bring wonder to your heart and mind. God made this. God made us. God is still in charge. Don’t despair. … More Full of Joy? Look, See, Pray
A lot has changed in the last week and we’re all having to get used to a new ‘normal’, so Reflectionary will be changing too. With church meetings cancelled, we’ll stop publishing resources aimed at services and, from tomorrow, publish all-age Bible studies instead. And I do mean all-age; I don’t mean ‘for kids’. You … More Being Church Together, Apart
Here is a round-up of Lent resources from The Reflectionary, with some Holy Week items as well. Enjoy! (And if you like this post, please share it with others who would find it useful too. If each person reading this passes it on to just one extra, that’s a lot of free resources to help … More Last-minute Lent Resources
Responding Act Justly Love Mercy Walk Humbly What could these mean in practical terms, in my country? In my church? In my life personally, in my family, school or work? White each phrase on a large piece of paper, perhaps different colours, and brainstorm some ideas for how these could look in our world today. … More Ridiculous! – Micah 6:1-8 & Matthew 5:1-12
Festive fun, and the reason for the season.
Printable bingo cards and a talk using the Christingle to give a gentle gospel message. … More Christingle Bingle!
What? What was that? A story? Can I listen too?
Narr: Of course you can. It’s a story that Jesus told, about two man who went to pray, one was a Pharisee and the other a tax collector.
Rod: A Who-isee and a What-alector?
Narr: Oh sorry. A Pharisee was someone who was very religious and was very careful to do everything right. The tax collector was a cheat who took more money than he was supposed to. … More Two Men Praying – Luke 18:9-14
“Let the lightning strike, let the thunder roll… it’s love that brought you here. It’s alright, it’s alright, there’s nothing here can hurt you tonight. It’s alright, it’s alright, the storm is over now…” … More The Storm is over now – Look, See, Pray