they would betray him and deny even knowing him, but he loved them to the end.
Judas, the one who betrayed Jesus... or just the one who got there first?
It's easy in the good times, but when things get tough people start to lose faith...
An anointing and an accusation...
When some travellers appear asking to see Jesus he tells his followers that the time has come. But when is the time for us? And what are we waiting for?
Naming the problem is the only way to begin to fix something, but what on earth does a bronze snake on a pole have to do with you and me?
Who are you? It's perhaps the most important question we could ask. Surprisingly, Jesus throwing the stallholders and moneychangers out of the Temple is actually about the answer to that…
Come and see... it sounds so simple. Come and see... but come and see what? Come and see who?
Rt. Rev. Dr. Martin Fair helps us to wonder what God is like?
'Who are you?', they ask John the Baptist. But he wants to tell them about someone else... someone greater. That's his testimony. What's yours?
Just who is this Jesus? This passage from John's gospel tells us all we need to know!
This week Anne Thompson reflects on John 14, words of comfort and reassurance for difficult times and we join in celebrating Communion together.