Where there is no vision, the people perish. This proverb was quoted by Claire Perry, the ex-COP President fired at the beginning of 2020, in her resignation letter. I have thought of this often in […]
Endings are a part of living. They mark out chapters of change, create divides, place fractures between a now and a then. There are so many endings in our lives. And so many fractures. Bits […]
‘Blessed are the peacemakers‘ When I think of peace, I think of white doves, olive branches and conscientious objectors. Peace requires solitude, demands silence, tastes bland, and is the preserve of the feeble and naïve. […]
Our feet can walk the road ahead with peace because Jesus has walked there before us.
What I’ve been learning about rest + some practicalities
Reflections on Week Peace
May God bless you with a restless discomfort about easy answers, half-truths, and superficial relationships, so that you may boldly apply the truth of Christ and love as he loved.
Where the loss of the people of Korea became real.
These words never fail to make a sense of calm wash over me. I needed them today. Serving suggestion: read slowly.
A reflection on the story behind the hymn ‘It is Well with my Soul’ and Luke 8. Learning to grow in faith and be transformed by God.