Lesson: The Beatitudes - Matthew 5.1-10;13-16 My new year resolution is to sit through a whole football match on the TV. It does not matter which teams are playing; I just need to get through it. So far, I’m up to 15 minutes before boredom descends. However, I will persevere. To put your mind [...]
The photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson talked about ‘the decisive moment’. That was the instant his lens captured an image that was both fleeting and eternal. Many of his pictures then were quirky but unrepeatable. Each was of a sliver of memorable time. We do the same with our religious experience. When someone asks us of when [...]
Here are some reflections I wrote last summer and they have survived to this one. Click here to read my short book on Wattpad.
Luke 11.2-4 It’s there in the statistics! It was once just a treat for the weekend, however a new survey has found that the average Brit now forks out over £110 per month on takeaway meals. Not only that but Chinese and Indian food has pushed the traditional fish and chips into third place. More to the point, this [...]
The woman sat on the deck chair looking out to sea. Way out, she saw a ship and imagined it going to the tropics; to the warmth that she had never felt. Now life had been good to her in a material sense at least. In personal relations she had been less fortunate. In truth, [...]