A whole lot to be thankful for at the halfway point.
Words I inadvertently composed in my head as I’ve been working today. I pray that the beauty of this grace, of this invitation to be one of God’s people, is not lost on you today.
A glance back at the last 365 days in the life of Rachel.
What a gospel! And what a good end to the month of November and the season of autumn, here’s to advent!
Another term closer to finishing my degree. What a term it has been!
So let the cracks appear. Let the worst of us bring the best. Let our lives be like Laura’s music – glorious mixes of grief and hope, mourning and joy, brokenness and strength. And where our cracks are our grief, mourning and brokenness, may hope, joy and strength shine through.
I love this time of advent!
Christianity is all about life and death. It is the way to life and the victory over death.And so it is that I have put here some photos of my ‘ordinary’, of my day by day, through which I find and see the extraordinary: the way to life and the victory over death.
Naomi, Umang, Lucy, Katherine, Siân and KT Tunstall. All the best people 🙂
Going to see HONNE with friends from King’s College.
Photos from the annual matriculation dinner at Newnham College, Cambridge. Second year has begun!
Photos of my room at university.