Dear All We have no intention of reading the book or following this any more closely, but having watched Harry’s interview last night by British journalist Tom Bradby, we felt we should say something about relational breakdown/estrangement and some important things that we’ve learnt over the last ten years of marriage, during which the propheticContinue reading “When Harry Met Meghan”
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City of Temples: A Study of 1st Corinthians
For the last few months we have been reading slowly and prayerfully through the book of 1 Corinthians – we’re calling it, The City of Temples. Just earlier this morning, I dropped the seventeenth episode as we now walk through the door of chapter 7. Why not grab your Bible and listen here? Having laidContinue reading “City of Temples: A Study of 1st Corinthians”
The Trauma of Relocation
This week on the Into the Pray podcast, we wanted to give some time to an area of conversation that we think will be becoming more and more common as the lockdown of the COVID pandemic slowly lifts.
Slaying Sunday Syndrome
Have you seen that Tom Cruise film, The Last Samurai?
Respect Your Elders
If you’re a millennial, listen up for a minute! One of the generational characteristics of millennials – though not always – is often a fundamental lack of respect for adults older than them – “elders” if you want an old-school word. At some point you will have been negatively influenced by this through peers, poorContinue reading “Respect Your Elders”
In His Wings
A Process of Healing ‘But for you who fear my name, the Sun of Righteousness will rise with healing in his wings. And you will go free, leaping with joy like calves let out to pasture.’ Malachi 4:2 Four years ago I started praying for answers to major family difficulties that Nick and I hadContinue reading “In His Wings”
For If You’re Married, Or Would Like To Be
Mairi and I have been married for just over three years now so we are by no means marriage experts. Month by month, year by year, we’re working lots of things out as we grow in love, learning to trust Jesus more and more and, rather than trying to figure everything out on our own,Continue reading “For If You’re Married, Or Would Like To Be”