On Remembrance Sunday we take heed of James' advice to listen well and to be slow to anger because righteousness is the goal.
A new heaven and a new earth... closer than we think!
As we celebrate Harvest we re-dedicate ourselves to playing our part and to trying our best we explore the glorious vision that John was given of the throne of God.
The last three letters to the churches... they have gone to sleep, given up waiting. Just like us... It's time to wake up!!!
The day after Eliud Kipchoge was the first human to run a marathon in under 2 hours we thought about the things that hold us back with some help from Revelation.
With faith it's not a matter of size...
The rich man a Lazarus... possibly one of the most uncomfortable parables Jesus' ever told where he lays it all out for everyone to see. Jesus' message isn't just about playing nice, it's about eternal life.
The Sunday school invited us to join them for a story, crafts and a game in the first part of the service to help us think about Noah and about climate change.
Jephthah made a promise, a promise that was ill-conceived and cost him and his daughter dearly. And we still make the same kind of promises for the same kinds of reasons... our own greed, our own ambition, our own insecurities.
The cost of discipleship can be high... people will disagree, and that means choosing. Choosing what we will give our time, energy and commitment to...