Advent is not about God being out to get us but instead God’s quest to bring us home
There may be a ‘time for everything under earth. Some are ‘good’ times and some are ‘bad’ times but how do we cope when death comes to us at the ‘wrong’ time?
The Same Old ‘New & Improved’ Address before the opening of a meeting of the newly elected Felixstowe Town Council Wednesday 15 May 2019 There was a time, when I was much much younger and had no idea what cynicism meant, that I used to be excited about new things. New toys to play with,… Continue reading The Same Old ‘New & Improved’
A short humurous sketch based on the names of carols and the story of the Innkeeper of Bethlehem
When Things Fall Apart Sermon for 18 November 2018 – Second Sunday before Advent St John the Baptist Felixstowe Text: ‘Not one stone will be left here upon another; all will be thrown down.’ (Mark 13.8) God give you peace my sisters and brothers Tomorrow evening, God and SNCF willing, Lesley-Anne and I will be… Continue reading When Things Fall Apart
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.
Sometimes we see that any reward is as God’s recompense for a bad past. From the beginning God knows that there is ‘something good’ in each of us.
Sometimes we are tmepted to believe that we need to ‘find’ God when in fact from the begining the mission of God is to find us and call us home by name.
To Read: Click on song title to watch a video Only He from Starlight Express Look at me a woman, calm and in control No silly girl whose head’s always turning Nobody would guess that deep inside my soul A brand new flame is burning Only he has the power to move me And together… Continue reading A Song for Lent – 40 Days in the West End – Day 4 – Only He has the power to move me
Soemtimes chasing after a personnel good is not godly and we find ourselves enslaved in an evil ‘love’