Cultivate love, pursue integrity, practice gratitude, live courageously, commemorate properly. 5 years of reflections at the end of a year, … More
A bewildering third lockdown of continued working from home and separation from friends seemed reason enough to compile a list … More
This is my fifth (!) end of year post. As is now customary, this year has once again included a … More
I stand outside the barred church doors/ hammering with my fists/ while around me/ the world dies.
I’ve asked some friends if they would be kind enough to spend some time reflecting on what they think their most sacred value might be and why.
I want a mindset that is a stronghold for God’s purposes and equips me for that.
I love the year end because it provides an opportunity to sit and look back over your shoulder and discover … More
A long while ago now, I read an article about someone whose brother had died,
“There’s a phrase,” she says, “‘the situation is hopeless, but not serious’. That’s how I see life, and all these things that are just dreadful. If you don’t laugh at them, you would curl up in a heap and wail.”
A look back over a term of thinking on the fruits of the spirit.
Reflections on Week Peace
On living in season, changing, goodbyes, and the end of relationships.
Reflections on week gentleness