It’s Friday, but Sunday’s Coming – by Igniter Media on YouTube It’s Friday Jesus is praying Peter’s a sleeping Judas is betraying But Sunday’s comin’ It’s Friday Pilate’s struggling The council is conspiring The crowd is vilifying They don’t even know That Sunday’s comin’ It’s Friday The disciples are running… Read More »It’s Friday – but Sunday’s coming!
Last Friday as I was doing an 8k training run I was listening to ‘Awakening: Live from Chicago’ by Jesus Culture. The track ‘Break Every Chain’ has a fantastic chorus: All sufficient sacrifice So freely given Such a price Bought our redemption Heaven’s gates swing wide The last two lines stuck… Read More »Heaven’s Gates Swing Wide
I’m not a Children’s worker: it’s not my particular gifting. But I’m being increasingly challenged about the importance of work (particularly evangelism) with children. More on that later…but for now my mantra will be: Aim Lower Think Smaller Give Up Go and have a cup of coffee * And here’s… Read More »How to Not Mess Up the Great Commission Too Much
Swan Tidying Stream, originally uploaded by Ricky Rew.
I’ve just found this video which features a fantastic Easter poem performed by John Goode. It formed the end of the Good Friday service at Buckhead Church in Atlanta. I know it’s a little late for Easter (although we are still in the season of Easter) but the message of… Read More »Blistered, Ripped and Bled
“perhaps true beauty is something that draws our attention at second glance, once the judgement of a first glance has realised it’s mistake”
Alternative, more provocative title: Brian McLaren in a blouse? “The excerpt is from an episode from the 14th season of E.R. titled ‘Atonement’. A man looking for answers does not find what he needs in a post-modern view of religion.”
I’m not a hugely political figure, but I do enjoy politics, so I couldn’t resist posting this video of a recent speech by William Hague describing what would happen if Blair became ‘le President’ of Europe. It’s only about a minute long – and is animated with a number of… Read More »A Smile of Intolerable Anguish