On those days when your desk is covered in junk mail and you inbox is full of spam try to put all those words down and pick up The Word instead.
Living the faith must involve maturing in the faith. If we never move on from the basics of believing we will be forever sucking dummies of comfort instead of eating the Bread of Llife
Penny-Pinching God Words for 2nd Sunday after Trinity – 21 June 2020 – Parish of Felixstowe A Cyber Sermon from the Vicarage Text: Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? Yet not one of them will fall to the ground unperceived by your Father. 30 And even the hairs of your head are all counted. 31 So do… Continue reading Penny-Pinching God
Calling Names Words for 1st Sunday after Trinity – 14 June 2020 – Parish of Felixstowe A Cyber Sermon from the Vicarage Text: Jesus summoned his twelve disciples and gave them authority over unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to cure every disease and every sickness. (Matthew 10v1) God give you peace my sisters… Continue reading Calling Names
The Church, came into being on the Day of Pentecost and was suffused with the power of the Holy Spirit. Yet this power is not ourse to wield in worldly ways.
It is a Power to proclaim not to profit
It is a Power to heal not to hurt
It is a Power to comfort not condemn
Jesus the Healer – The Pharmacist Introduction Welcome to this Quiet Day for those in Health Care Chaplaincy. During our time together there will be three short addresses on the healing ministry of Jesus which mirror the three major therapies – medicine, talking and touch – of modern medical practice. Each session will begin with… Continue reading Jesus the Healer – The Pharmacist
Becoming a Singular, Sensational Church Words for 7th Sunday of Easter – 24 May 2020 – Parish of Felixstowe A Cyber Sermon from the Vicarage Text: …that they may be one, as we are one. (John 17v1) God give you peace my sisters and brothers. Please click here to watch a video of the song… Continue reading Becoming a Singular, Sensational Church
Popular conceptions of humility see the humble person as the one who is at the bottom of life’s pecking order. They can seem to have nothing when in fact ‘penniless they own the world’
‘Works a curse!’ It need not be if we decided instead of serving ourselves we use the sweat of our brow to serve others