The forgotten event

What is the most important event in the Christian calendar? There are four major events in the Christian calendar: Christmas, Easter, Ascension, Pentecost. We are all familiar with Christmas, Easter and Pentecost, but the Ascension is another question. Christmas we get, Easter we get, and Pentecost we get, but the Ascension? Is that just for … Continue reading The forgotten event

Easter – Encountering and Delighting in the Love of God

Easter deserves as much attention as Christmas as it is the culmination of the incarnation, well actually not quite, the Ascension is, another part of the story that deserves more attention. But I'm in danger of digressing! Back to Easter. The problem is, it's not about a little baby, and everyone loves a baby. Somehow … Continue reading Easter – Encountering and Delighting in the Love of God

What’s in a Season?

I grew up in the country, I love seasons, ¬†and my what a glorious autumn we have had. As nature has begun slowing down, and begun it's preparation for winter, what colours, contrasts and beauty. No artist can match it. Soon it will be gone and winter will be here. Seasons come and seasons go. … Continue reading What’s in a Season?

The Black Friday that is Good!

A black Friday that's good? Strange to our ears isn't it, calling it Good Friday, after all what is good about it, it's about someone's death, and more particularly the death of Jesus Christ, the co-equal Son of God the Father, and co-creator with the Father and the Spirit of the universe and the giver … Continue reading The Black Friday that is Good!

Your Kingdom Come

The next phrase in the Lord's Prayer, 'Your kingdom come,' reminds us that God is King, he is sovereign. His will and word are final. All the rights are his. He is the One who creates. He is the One who sustains. He is the One who makes the big decisions. His will, will be … Continue reading Your Kingdom Come