The Only Way…

Yesterday was quite a day, and in many ways was the culmination of a big year. A year of trusting God and seeking His way forward; a year of getting frustrated, of doubting, and of messing up occasionally (but pretty spectacularly). But God has been faithful throughout, and His leading has been evident,… Read MoreThe Only Way… »

Windmill Reflections

Having started by reflecting on the art of sailing and being led to the work of the Holy Spirit, I now come to some reflections on the nature & purpose of a windmill. [if you’ve not read the first post, I recommend you do so before continuing] This weekend I visited… Read MoreWindmill Reflections »

Sails Safely Stowed

A few months ago, whilst on a retreat day, I was out walking, thinking, praying, listening to God, and taking photos. I was less than a mile from my childhood home, but in an area I’d not explored previously*. [* I had tried to explore it previously, but had been… Read MoreSails Safely Stowed »

Easter Sunrise Service

A few years ago I led an Easter Sunrise service for our Church, then a couple of years later used the same service for a city-wide service. You can download the notes & song-sheet below. Feel free to use without need to credit me. Service Notes [PDF 168k] Song Sheet [PDF… Read MoreEaster Sunrise Service »

Kingdom of God…

  • Ricky Rew 
The Kingdom of God is like a cobweb: always there, but seldom seen unless you’re looking for it often surprising you when you run into it unexpectedly early in the morning, it is heavy with refreshing dew; pregnant with possibility Lord, open us up to see the Kingdom of God… Read MoreKingdom of God… »

Misty Canal Path

  • Ricky Rew 
Misty Canal Path, a photo by RickyRew on Flickr. It’s been an amazing summer (for a change), but this morning was unusually & unexpectedly misty. Slightly eery, but also beautiful…

Prophetic Photography?

I took this picture in 2007 whilst at MK Summer Camp in St. Ives. As I was wandering around the town during some very rare free time, I spotted this row of cottages and took a photo. I remember thinking at the time how I’d love to return to St.… Read MoreProphetic Photography? »