What might Paul have written about love in the social media age? A tongue in cheek take!
We are living in uncertain times, this feels more true as we (the UK) stand on the cusp of leaving the European Union, than at any other time I can remember! No-one seems to have a sense of the way forward, those who do are being shouted down by arguments both for and against. This… Continue reading Faith Amid Uncertainty
Every morning I wake up to the radio and not long after it turns on as my alarm, the news comes on.
The one in which Jesus tells us it's not our outward actions that make us pure but what our hearts are like. Having grown up in the church I find myself reading with a 'Well that seems obvious' perspective - especially the gospel accounts of Jesus' life. The words are so familiar (mostly!) that I… Continue reading All the Way Down #AdventBookClub16 Week 2: Thursday Matt 15: 10-20
This post was first published on the Big Bible website as part of the #digidisciple series 1 Kings 19 v 9 – 13: The Lord appears to Elijah And the word of the Lord came to him: ‘What are you doing here, Elijah?’ 10 He replied, ‘I have been very zealous for the Lord God Almighty. The Israelites have rejected your covenant,… Continue reading A Still, Small Voice
Another in the Big Bible Digi-disciple series... In the book of Joshua God helps Israel capture towns and cities in Canaan. Sometimes with miracles: Jericho where the walls collapse; Gibeon where hailstones crush their enemies and the sun stands still so that the Israelites can win. But God also does not help them when they… Continue reading Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho… And the Walls Came Tumbling Down…
I wrote this for the Big Bible Digi-disciple series in March, it was a very difficult month for me and this came straight out of a very raw time! Wikipedia tells me that the book of Leviticus has 2 central beliefs: the first is that the world had been created ‘very good’, retaining the potential… Continue reading Just a little thought