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.
We love, part 5. So often we try and get through life difficulties in our own strength, forgetting that the Holy Spirit is central to our lives following Jesus. Today we look at how we can walk in the power … Continue reading “We Love: The Holy Spirit”
We Love, part 4. Jürgen grew up in Communist Romania where he had a hunger and drive to own something that was very hard to come by: a printed copy of the Bible. His story illustrates just how valuable the … Continue reading “We Love: The Bible”
The first two lines of Psalm 128 are the answer to the search for happiness: fully satisfied is everyone who fears the LORD.
George Floyd’s death and the protests it has sparked globally form a stark reminder that racial injustice is still very real in 2020. And it’s not just an American problem.
Psalm 91 is a very reassuring and strengthening psalm, one which many Glen Scrivener joins us from Speak Life to open up one of the most famous Psalms in the Bible.