Those who are forgiven much, love much. On Palm Sunday, Pete James encourages us not to miss the opportunity to consider the depths of our brokenness and fickleness, and the heights of Jesus’ faithfulness.
Monthly Archives: March 2018
What do you see when you look in the mirror? Tim May considers the extent to which comparison cripples us and the church, encouraging us to cheer each other on and to step into the reality of Jesus’ love – we are all beloved.
Jonny Goodchild challenges us to wake up (and stay awake!) to what God wants to do in and through us; to live a life fully alive, wide awake to God’s plans and purposes, and to his love.
Visiting from St. Mary’s in London, Ben Jones encourages us to thirst after the presence of God, and to share what we have with others so that they too might experience the water of life.
Drawing from some of his experience as a full-time missionary in King’s Cross, Neil Gillespie discusses what it means love and care for the local other, suggesting that the need becomes relationship rather than charity.
Who are you becoming like and what are you being shaped by? Pete James looks at the Parable of the Mustard Seed, and invites us out of the false story that “I can only contribute if I’m impressive”.