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?
It's Resurrection Sunday!!! Easter Day. The Lord is risen!!! The tomb is empty... Love has won. It's a story of faith. Their faith and ours. Where will you encounter the risen Christ?
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.
Love... Agape. The kind of love God has for us and wants us to have for each other. Compassionate, tender and unconditional. And really hard to live out!
Romans 12 tells us what it look likes to live a life of love. But it's hard... really hard. And that's what makes it so important that we try our hardest and perhaps consider just how loveable we are.
Philia, the love between friends. As we continue our journey through Lent Yvonne Hamilton helps us to reflect on what it means to love our friends by reflecting on how the friends of the paralysed man act in their quest to help their friend see Jesus.
Eros... erotic love... sex... one of the four Greek words for love, and part of the gift of love that God has given to us all. So why don't we talk positively about it?
Our guest, The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev Susan Brown, preaches on the temptation of Jesus, and the temptations that we all face too.
In the middle of a water-based festival of thanksgiving Jesus stand up and says... "It's me! I'm the one you have been waiting for!". But the crowd aren't sure. I mean, he's not even from Bethlehem, is he?
Who do you say that I am? Perhaps the most important question Jesus ever asks. John's Gospel reveals a cosmic answer... Jesus is the Christ. But what is that and what does it mean for us?