One of the beauties of moving and living in different countries and continents (hence the ‘dislocated’ in the name of … More
Like most people, I want to identify with the Good Samaritan and help those in difficult circumstances. However, I fear I am more like the religious elites and often ignore the desperate.
Even when I do try to help, it’s not always easy.
I am supremely grateful that I grew up in a church that introduced me to Jesus as a friend. From … More
God in human form is not unique to Christianity. Other religions celebrate gods who take on mortality. Yet, in these stories, the gods become human to maximise their physicality.
I run the charity Women Without Roofs, which Eileen Lodge initiated. Nepal Leprosy Fellowship recently celebrated their 25th Anniversary and … More
God’s always doing something new; it’s his habit. He made seven hundred and six thousand eyeballs today, each of them unique, and those are just the human ones.
This attribute of God floors me.
I came across this stunning prayer today in Celtic Daily Prayer, the introduction suggests that it can be prayed by … More
To all the readers of this blog. I pray for you and as I thought about you today I sensed … More
Yesterday at a church meeting, the pastor invited two members of the church to the stage to share a lengthy … More
Alabama 8th October 2018 Dear Jenna, Thanks for your card, it’s taken me a while to write back because my … More
If you have read this blog before, you will know that I am reading Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina because the insights … More
This quote is from “Anna Karenina” by Leo Tolstoy. As explained in an earlier post, I am reading Tolstoy because … More
These beautiful words come from ‘God on the Inside‘ by Nigel G. Wright on page 105. Rather than denying that … More
I began thinking about Jesus as light of the world, but then realised we too are called to be lamps … More
I have noted before on this blog the dichotomy that exists in America between high patriotism and low solidarity (Patriotism … More