The Family of God, like any other family, does not always live in harmony. However Sunday by Sunday we are able together and use broken bread to help make us whole again.
Too often the church and its worship can become routine and and end up excluding precious Children of God.
Singing a new song in a different way allows room for the wind of the Holy Spirit to call and challenge us.
Every so often a hymn comes along that says ‘Yes!’ to all your questions about faith and the ‘whichness of the why’. This is mine.
Some of us have a ‘Damascus Road Experience” when we can point to a particular time of ‘Conversion’. Others have been nurtured in the faith from the cradle and have always known themselves held by God. All of us need to look for daily moments of turning away from ourselves and towards God
We do not hold the anchor; the anchor holds on to us!
Gospel According to Glee – 40 Days at McKinley High Day 39 – Good Friday To Read: (Series 5 Episode 3) [FINN has died suddenly and the school and Glee Club gather together to make several memorials to him. WILL invites present and past Club members to sing a song to the Glee Club for… Continue reading Gospel According to Glee – 40 Days at McKinley High – Day 39 – Good Friday
Gospel According to Glee – 40 Days at McKinley High Day 37 – Wednesday in Holy Week Please Note – this reflection deals with child molestation. If you have been affected by this you may want to stop reading now… To Read: (Series 4 Episode 20) [There is a power failure at school… Continue reading Gospel According to Glee – Day 37
It is a commonplace that ‘the Medium is the Message’ but in the business of proclaiming the Good News history is littered with messengers become Message and so failing to proclaim the Word they came to serve.
Sometimes life is so uncertain all that we can do is throw out a prayer in the hope that God is listening and will catch our words. The Good News of Advent and Christmas is that God is waiting to hear us.
The challenge faced by the One Talent Parable is that he forgets it is the Master’s property he is burying not his own. In the Christian life we must remember that we have nothing to offer except the generosity of our Master and if we bury that how will other’s know about God’s love.