Isaiah’s Crescendo

Listen to the final 8 chapters of the book of Isaiah read live this evening as something as a 1) A conclusion of our segmented reading over the last 2 months and 2) A warm-up for next Friday when we will be reading the entire book over approximately four hours with special guests from India, New Zealand and London.

A Reading of Isaiah

For anyone who is interested in spending their Friday evenings in live Bible reading, we have two weeks left of our 8-week reading through Isaiah. In late August we will then be having a longer streaming session reading the whole of the book in one go. We’ll be welcoming other readers to both lighten the load for Mairi and I as well as being a refreshing variety in voice.

Observe the Potter

I read something this morning that I was blessed by & ordinarily I’d have tucked the accompanying thought away but felt I needed to write an impromptu post instead – I trust this will encourage some of you.

Cold Feet? Beautiful Feet – A Theory of Holiness and Balance

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.

Cold Feet? Reconsidering the Call

God delights in us enough to have orchestrated the great condescension of Jesus from the glory and majesty of the throne of God to the frailty of human frame and the freezing temperatures and animal muck of a farmyard.

Imagine being a Daddy and having a beautiful newborn baby boy. Imagine laying him on a cross of torture and suffering.

Imagine placing him down naked on a cold, wet winter pavement, turning and walking away from him.

Isaiah, Fatboy Slim & the Rhythms of Rave (Prayer)

“Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat” is the mantra that you’ll hear if you tune in to Fatboy Slim’s 2013 hit on YouTube, of the same title, which, by the way, has approaching 6 million views. Either that, or you take yourself along to your local gym and do a Les Mill’s BodyPump class, and the currentContinue reading “Isaiah, Fatboy Slim & the Rhythms of Rave (Prayer)”