They say that change is as good as a rest. A couple of times a year we have to change where we meet (because someone else needs our normal meeting space). Sure, a change of venue is inconvenient. We have to lug all our equipment to a different location.
‘Contend for the faith that was once for all entrusted to the saints.’ Jude 3 When you have something of great worth you will fight to keep hold of it. This year we are celebrating the 500th anniversary of the start of ‘The Reformation.’ Led by Martin Luther in
The plane shook like a washing machine on a spin cycle. Then one engine cut out. Panic erupted among the passengers. Then an announcement from the pilot: “I hope you all say a prayer, I will be saying a prayer, too, and let’s hope we all get back home safely.”
It seems that not being true to yourself is the unforgivable sin of our modern age. Whether it’s gender identity, sexual identity, or any other kind of self-given identity, the overwhelming narrative of today’s culture is that the identity I assign to myself is god – it should rule every part of
Last Sunday’s Bible message was from Matthew 16:21-28 where Jesus issued this challenging call: Then Jesus said to his disciples, ÔÇ£If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. Matthew 16:24 (NIV) You can listen to the whole message here. I
Regardless of how you voted or your views on the issues, the matter is now settled. Great Britain will leave the European Union. And now begins the process of seeking a way forward… In the first instance, the Conservative Party will be seeking a new leader who will become the
You have probably seen it. It’s been all over the internet. Stephen Fry drove the final nails into God’s coffin. Or so it seems. The QI presenter was interviewed on Irish TV channel RTE One and was asked the question: What if you’re wrong about God not existing? What