An introduction to 40 Days of Reflections on the Religious Life as seen through the pages of the book ‘In This House of Brede’
‘The hands of the Almighty are so often to be found at the ends of our own arms’
The Year of the Lord’s favour is about more than a good sermon.
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’
John the Baptist’s message of repentance is to the faithfless faithful. What is he calling them to repent from?
On National Comong Out Day a re-posting of a reflection written for Lent 2016
Too essliy we forget our place and those who are the most importnat in God’s eyes. A poem from Felixstowe may help us recover our memory.
Mark’s Gospel can be frustrating as it seems ‘empty’ of any key teaching by Jesus. But it is out of the emptiness that a multitude is fed.
Learning to Live ‘From Now On’. The Greatest Showman lives a different live to Herod the Greatest No-Man
Often we hinder the growth of God’s reign and become the fruitless faithful inhabiting dustbowl churches. How can we grow good?
Easter dawns – regardless of where we are Light shines on us and we find ourselves loved