The King of the Fisherfolk does not wear rich robes but instead travels in disguise and we can only find this Holy Grail when we learn to reach out to help the thirsty and the hungry, the naked and the homeless, the sick and the imprisoned.
Faith is slippery.
We can be tempted to think our faith is small and not easily see God’s hand in our life.
We can also fall into the hubris of thinking our faith is ‘great’ and better than that of others.
Our faith grows by becoming deeper not bigger.
The Call to walk in the footsteps of Christ is not a sinecure. It will bring us joy but it will also be costly and we will be tempted to give up on it. When that happens listen to the Music of the Call.
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
Looking for the Dawn A Lent Course in five session based on the movie ‘Darkest Hour’ Within days of becoming Prime Minister of Great Britain, Churchill must face one of his most turbulent and defining trials: exploring a negotiated peace treaty with Nazi Germany, or standing firm to fight for the ideals, liberty and freedom… Continue reading Looking for the Dawn – A Lent Course on the movie ‘Darkest Hour’
Learning to Live ‘From Now On’. The Greatest Showman lives a different live to Herod the Greatest No-Man
Easter dawns – regardless of where we are Light shines on us and we find ourselves loved
The space between Good Friday and Easter Day gives us time to learn from Lent and choose life
We do not travel this journey home alone. Those who have gone ahead of us inspire us.
Sometimes it helps to see ourselves through the eyes of God who loves us ‘Come What May’