Over my years of pastoring I have discovered that often growth isn’t about creating more room but more rooms. Continue reading ‘My Father’s House Has Many Rooms’
Monthly Archive for June, 2012
Yet again, I’m at the airport!
I am surrounded by thousands of passengers, most of which are not are not here for my plane. I can’t understand why? Because frankly, I think my airline and chosen destination are far better than many others listed on the departure boards.
Yet despite Continue reading ‘Things I learn at airports’
In the story of Jesus at Mary and Martha’s house (Luke 10) we read that Mary sat at Jesus’ feet whilst Martha was busy feeling stressed out in the kitchen.
Martha never comes off well in this story, tending to be judged rather harshly whenever it is told.
I want Continue reading ‘We need Mary and Martha’
Jesus once asked a crippled man laying by the pool of Bethesda, “Do you want to get well?”
He didn’t ask him do others want you to be well or does God want you to be well, but do you want to be well?
Jesus knew that despite appearances people Continue reading ‘The Treasure Within’