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…
We're back in chapter 1 of Mark as we journey with Jesus into the wilderness. But what could two short sentences possibly have to tell us?
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?
The moment it all goes wrong... a story of a man, a woman, a snake and some forbidden fruit, but mostly it's about shame.
On Palm Sunday at St Ninian's we join the crowd and the religious leaders as they all wonder who on earth this Jesus really is. We read from John 10:22-39 and John 12:12-16.