A valley of dry bones and a dead man walking... stories of hope in dark times.
Jesus encounter with a blind man is more than a story about mud and spit and even sight. It's about who we are and who Jesus is and why that matters to all of us.
A chance encounter at a well in the heat of the midday sun brings an unexpected revelation and a opportunity for mission for a most unlikely disciple, a Samaritan woman...
Nicodemus comes looking for illumination and gets more than he bargained for. Being born from above... what does that mean? And what does the story of Abram have to do with it?
Jesus invites us into a relationship with him and asks us to invite others into that relationship... come and see...
Words matter, especially when we are talking about God. The prologue of John's Gospel paints an amazing picture of Christ, who was there at the beginning of all things but who chose to become like us. Christmas... in just one sentence.
On Trinity Sunday Yvonne explores what believing in Father, Son and Holy Spirit means for us and what living out the example of this holy community looks like for us.
Jillian helps us discover through that Jesus' new commandment that love is actually all around.
At the end of John's Gospel, Jesus' reinstatement and renewal of Peter after he had denied even knowing Jesus three times is a painful conversation, but a conversation full of hope for all of us. Jesus' instructions to Peter; feed my lambs, tend my sheep, feed my sheep, and the renewal of the invitation to 'follow me', are a manifesto for the church and for each and every one of us.
After a long and unsuccessful night fishing a man on the shore suggests the disciples throw their nets out the other side. It turns out the man is Jesus, but he's different. He's changed. What would our equivalent be? Where might we try something different? Where might we cast our nets? And where do we still meet the Risen Christ in our lives?