Next Friday we’ll be releasing a “group think” film called “The Draft – A Conscription of Conscience”. It won’t be the kind of film to watch while eating a McDonalds.
This year has been very busy throughout. I’m certainly not complaining though because it has also been a very fruitful year. In the summer we released the groundbreaking book Body Zero – Radical Preparation for the Return of Christ. We had a publisher all lined up, a contract signed, sealed and delivered but, as theContinue reading “Vimeo Showcases Jesus Come”
Jesus. You might love Him. You might hate Him. You might reduce Him to fanciful notion and religious crutch. Jesus. Regardless, I have come to find Him to be irresistibly, insatiably and authentically Who He said He was: the Way, the Truth and the Life – the only reconciling way to know and embrace theContinue reading “What Do You Think of Jesus?”
For several years I have been struggling to forgive a very serious series of incidents that have had a major impact on my heart and mind as well as Mairi’s. Detail is unnecessary. But, suffice to say, I have been wrestling with the cognitive wisdom of ‘knowing’ that forgiveness was needed, for my own sake,Continue reading “The Mystery of the Spectacular Ordinary “
Our Father Who art in heaven Hallowed be Your Name Your kingdom come, Your will be done On Earth as it is in heaven Give us today our daily bread And forgive us our sins as we forgive those who’ve sinned against us Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil For YoursContinue reading “Tired of Terror”
According to PM David Cameron in his 2015 Easter speech that most of us have heard, the UK remains a Christian country because the government help to repair Cathedrals and older church buildings that, supposedly, represent the ‘living active force’ who are the local church. Mr Cameron also pointed to the phenomenal welfare efforts of the churchContinue reading “Mr Cameron, Please Take Note”
There is a higher summit. It hangs overs base camp like a shadowy, silhouetting God, incarnate in ancient rock…God is showing us His deepest, highest, widest affections through the churning heart of a husband bereft of the love and loyalty of his wife.
every time you sense God’s anger, try to instead imagine God as being grieved and as being gutted rather than as just waving His great, big, cosmic stick around in fury. I’ve found this a massively helpful distinction in coming closer to the heart of God.
In order to speak prophetically to a Nation and to achieve redemption and righteousness for them, God invades, exposes and demands the masculinity of Hosea’s ego, his social and spiritual reputation, his lineage, his peace, his joy, his sanity, his sexual satisfaction and purity and, most ultimately, the emotional bed of his heart.
I’ve spent all week directing a new promotional film for the Faith Mission Bible College in Edinburgh Here’s a little teaser in time-lapse form of our friend Grace being transformed It’s going to be epic…