The Forgotten Arts, part 11. In John 13 we see Jesus wash his disciples feet: he lays aside his majesty and decends to the lowest point in the room, where he does the unthinkable work of a slave.
The Forgotten Arts, part 10. Submission can often be seen as a dirty word, but there’s real beauty, strength and freedom to be found in its practice, which was modelled perfectly by Jesus.
The Forgotten Arts, part 9. Biblical confession is a collision of two things: knowing the radical depths of your sin, and knowing the radical depths of God’s mercy.
The Forgotten Arts, part 8. When we celebrate with others it can do something that cannot be achieve alone. It can help complete our joy.
The story of Jesus doesn’t stop at Christmas. Can you still spot Jesus in the ordinary, everyday things?
Would you take upon the burden of the sins of the world if you had the choice? Would you enter into our darkness and our broken humanity, if you didn’t have to? The incredible good news of the gospel is … Continue reading “Would You Go There?”
Love Came Down, part 2. We worship a God who first came to us as an unborn baby, in the most humble and vulnerable way, to poor parents from an obscure background. All of this is to magnify his glory.
Love Came Down, part 1. Looking at faith, doubt and waiting from the story of Zechariah in Luke 1.
We Love, part 8. We are all called to be witnesses, to simply share what we know and have experienced through Jesus. We are also called as a church to be caught up in a local, global and holistic mission.