The Master and Margarita The Master and Margarita is acclaimed, by those in the know, as the greatest book of … More
Jesus is described as both a Lion and Lamb, which seems fairly contradictory, but since we are called to be like Him, which should we emulate? This article is part of a series looking at the Oxymoronic names of God and how understanding them helps us to live as Christians in a fallen world.
We live in a world that tells us we should fight for our rights and that our freedoms need protecting. It’s easy to believe that life is one big competition and that there are many people who want to take advantage of us. Yet, that’s not how God describes our role in the world; in fact, his view is the opposite of this. He calls us to humility and when things get tough, we are to love our enemies.
The song Above All by Michael W. Smith (2000) describes Jesus, at his death, as ‘like a rose trampled on … More
Did Jesus ever have other dreams? Of getting married, having children, looking after his Mother in her old age, having … More
I have been using both of the images above in Ignatian Prayer to centre myself on Jesus. Here’s what I … More
This is a handout I produced to accompany a talk I gave introducing Ignatian Prayer to my church. I hope … More
I began thinking about Jesus as light of the world, but then realised we too are called to be lamps … More
Yesterday I read this very short story by Peter Rollins that felt to me like a punch in the stomach. … More
I’ve had the phenomenal privilege over the past six weeks to be part of a Sante Group with the fabulous … More
It is my great pleasure to be living in the US for a couple of years, I am British and … More