As I write this it's 1.40am and I can't sleep. So, as you do, I decided to do a little bit of light reading to while away the sleepless hours. In this case I read the jolly tale of bloodshed and genocide which is the book of Joshua. Well, I actually only read the first … Continue reading Late night, big picture.
You've been following a guy around for about three years, learning from him, eating with him, travelling with him. You gave up everything to follow him, put yourself in danger for him, saw him perform miracles you could never have imagined, heard him say things which changed lives all around you. You accepted him as … Continue reading Lent – Good Friday: John 21
I love science. I love the way it has unlocked so many of the mysteries of the world and the universe. I love the advances we have made in technology and medicine in order to improve people's quality of life. I love the way it is constantly tested and challenged to ensure progress for correct … Continue reading Lent Day 30: John 1-2
There's an old joke about a man during a flood. You may have heard it before, but it goes like this, A man is sitting on his porch as flood waters rise. A woman floats by in a boat, asking if the man needs help. "No, thank you," says the man, "I'm trusting in the … Continue reading Lent Day 25: Luke 15-16
I got into a bit of an argument online recently (I wrote a bit about it earlier). I objected to an MP verbally abusing someone and it didn't go down too well. Two or three others, also Christians, came to my defence over the matter. All of my comments (I think) and theirs were reasonable, … Continue reading Lent Day 21: Luke 4-6