Greetings All, I’ve been writing full-time since the Spring and now adding final touches to my draft manuscript. This second book follows Body Zero (2019) since which a lot has occurred — holy, disruptive happenings in the world, in the Church and in our hearts. Subscribe to the blog and YouTube channel to keep abreastContinue reading “Don’t Waste Your Life”
Do you commute to work via train or bus? What a great opportunity to leave a constant trail of seed wherever we go for the sake of the lost. If you need any resources that you can trust to both pack a punch as well as lovingly embrace, please stop us a line.
Aimee was once eternally lost in utter alienation from God, dependent on alcohol and a confused homosexual household. But Yahweh rescued her by the blood of His Son.
Why the “inclusive gospel” falls infinitely short of the only standard of Christian discipleship
If you should leave your church….then what?
The Urgent Call to “Go” “Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. “Blessed are you when they revile and persecute you, and say all kinds of evil against you falsely for My sake. Rejoice and be exceedingly glad, for great is your reward in heaven, for soContinue reading “Ready: Steady, Go”
I appreciate the courage to rethink and examine the Christian faith as a response to the difficult (even distressing) loose ends that there can be for all of us in this life – like a kind of jazz music that ‘just doesn’t seem to resolve’ or sit pleasantly with us (any more). But, without wantingContinue reading “The Necessary Itch of Faith”
Hurtling as we are towards the bridge between the end of one year and the beginning of yet another new one, our “reflective, creative, dreaming” hat is firmly in place. As just one part of this, clarifying our ‘soul aim’ will help us to help you as much as possible. So, what is the soulContinue reading “Our Soul Aim”
So far this Advent we have focused on Isaiah 52 verses 1-4. How come? Because we wanted to spend time responding to the series Look At The Lamb by getting practical and by getting bold.
If you look at the very end of 1 Corinthians 16, you’ll read Paul describing a spiritual reality that I believe is at the very heart of effective Christian ministry, fruitful discipleship and that is also one of the most difficult lessons to learn as we mature in faith as ‘ordinary’ men and women.
Grab a coffee or can of diet Coke or a Twix or something; I think it deserves the spotlight for 5 minutes: