A confession and meditation for the brokenness in our world, based on Revelation’s image of the Tree of Life, whose leaves are for the healing of the nations. You can print the labyrinth for people to trace with a finger while they listen to the readings, or make a large version for people to walk … More Revelation 21:10, 22 – 22:5 – Tree of Life Confession and Meditation
Do any of us really get the Trinity? It’s kinda like quantum mechanics (hang in with me here), which, though weird beyond belief, actually seems to work. … More Isaiah 6:1-8, John 1-17 – What do you see?
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
Take some time from your busyness, and sit a while with me. Look at the faces. Where are they looking? How do they make you feel? Feel the warmth of the light spilling out of the circle. Why is the circle not complete? Notice the shadow of Jesus’ hand. Why is it light? … More Being – Into the Heart
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
God, the awesome creator of time and space actually cares about me. And he cares enough to haul me out of the slime pit I’ve got myself into and make me part of his family. Jaw. Dropped. … More Psalm 8 & Romans 5:1-11
On the face of it, it sounded like a good request. “Lord, show us the Father.” Good thing to ask, right?
But I can see Jesus doing a face-palm. “Oh good grief. Have you not got it yet? How can you say, ‘Show us the Father’? Don’t you know me, Philip?” … More John 14:8-17, (25-27)