Sorry that I’m a bit late posting. There has been a lot of extra writing to cram in this last week. Readers in Canada, the US, Mid and South America will see this a day later than normal, but still in good time for your Sunday services, I hope. As usual, you can find liturgy … More Lent 2
There is a shed-load of stuff this week. Grab yourself a cuppa and strap in. We have a great all-age activity for Psalm 1 and liturgy resources for the RCL readings. But first, we have Lent devotionals. Yes, yes, I know. We’ve only just put the Christmas stuff away. But Lent starts in less than … More Liturgy and all-age resources PLUS! Lent books
Lent Book I’m delighted to report that my new Lent book shot straight to the #1 slot in Bible Meditations. Woo Hoo! Boogie boogie! (That’s me doing a little dance around the study floor.) Thank you for all the lovely comments I’ve received from readers. I trust this book will be a blessing to you … More Holy Smoke! New Science Experiment, Plus Bonus Resources
With this week’s lectionary passage (1 Cor 8) about food sacrificed to idols, there is no better time to try out a foody Bible study. In due course I will produce a whole book of recipes with Biblical reflections, (neat logo, eh?) but as a free ‘taster’, here is one of the recipes from … More Cooking the Good Book
Always exciting, getting a parcel! And even more exciting when it’s a loads of brand-new books. Mmmn, that new-book smell! (Sadly, probably solvents that melt your brain.) Get your sticky mitts on one today in paperback or Kindle and rememebr that there’s a free book up for grabs if you buy a copy and send … More New Books! Plus ‘Make a Joyful Noise’ Drama Script
New Book and Free Giveaway!
This Lent, discover the Bible as one Big Story of God and God’s people. This book follows the story from the very beginning of everything up to the wonder of Easter morning – out now! … More New Book and Free Giveaway!
We reach the climax of the whole story this week as we walk through Jesus’ life and ministry from Christmas to Easter. Linking the Old Testament with the familiar story of the New, we see Jesus as the new Moses, the New David, the one promised from before eternity, the substance of former shadows. And … More The Big Story – Holy Week
We ended last week with God’s people far from the land of promise. This week we see them living as exiles and longing for return, redemption and restoration. There is promise and there is hope, as the prophets speak of a deliverer, but it is along time coming. Eventually the voices of prophets fall silent … More The Big Story – Week 6
We ended last week with David’s fall from grace. This week we see him restored by God, and his son building a temple for God’s name. But the kingdom splits and we follow the slow decline of this once-mighty kingdom as first one half and then the other is sent into exile, and we end … More The Big Story – Week 5
We reach the midpoint of Lent this week, and walk with God’s people through the wilderness and into the land of promise. We hear of God’s ten best ways to live in the land, and see God’s patience with an ever-failing people. Finally comes David, a man after God’s own heart – here we see … More The Big Story – Week 4