Reflections on Week Joy
Reflections on Change
On living in season, changing, goodbyes, and the end of relationships.
“It’s not something you’re ever going to get over”
Lucy’s words to me on Monday night about the love of God.
Joy is made complete
The truth that the gospel proclaims is the truth by which my joy is made complete
Wash One Another’s Feet
From John 13.
He was both King and servant – and neither of those titles are reserved to working hours. Love is a full-time occupation, after all. Love in the big things, God on the Earth and God on the cross, but also love in the washing of feet in the basin.
For Tabitha, a year before her wedding day
A letter to a Tabitha ahead of August 2017 when I will cry many tears as she walks down the aisle as a beautiful bride.
“My Eyes Have Seen Your Salvation”
The first two chapters of Luke. Being captivated by Jesus’ salvation and grace for me.
On a train to Norwich
A reflection on change that I had on the train. A literal train of thought.
Momentum 2016 + a revelation (ish)
A look over time away with my church and something I’ve learned this year.