Have you taken steps to ensure the insatiable beast of desire and sin cannot wreck your life?
Over years of following Jesus, He has changed me. He has changed my dreams.
To pray that our children will be compassionate is to ask God to cause them to enter into to pain, joys and sorrows of others. Are we willing for them to lay don their own concerns, fears and needs in order to both serve and feel the needs of others? Are we prepared as adults to model this?
I was tempted to skip my usual eucharisteo post this week, then read this today: The Most Exquisite Pleasure I Have Ever Had Giving thanks – as much and as often as we can for as […]
On a grey and wet Wednesday in August I found the direction I needed in my search for some meaning in life. The book had a yellow cover and after an hour of reading my entire worldview was being turned on it’s head.
Is there a way to move from torpor to transcendence? Something nice and mechanical that does not require any existing ‘spiritualness’ as a starting point? I think there is, read on to find out.
Joining today in 5 minute Friday led by Lisa-Jo, who posts a single word prompt. We write for 5 minutes without stopping to edit or fix up punctuation, then link with others who have written based on the […]
I recently read that there are 366 occurrences of the phrase “fear not” in the Bible, one for every day of the year. This seemed impressive to me and seeded an idea of meditating on […]
While on holiday I read The Shack by William Paul Young. I had heard various things about this book, both positive and negative. Personally, I found it to be a thoroughly good read and an […]