Does the presence of uncertainty in our lives mean that God’s plan has gone wrong? In the wilderness God tested the Israelites, to teach them to trust in Him and not in other things. God has a purpose for us in allowing uncertainty in our lives.
We are going through many uncertainties at present whether it’s a personal niggling difficulty or something wider or a deeper life-changing issue. Who can we trust? What will the outcome be? How can we move forward?
In the first lockdown NHS workers were much in the public eye. We clapped for carers on Thursday evenings. At church we regularly prayed for them. But now in this second lockdown this focus has been somewhat lost.
Part 3 of a 3 part series on lament. Beth shares her story, and what she has learned through lamenting.
Part 2 of a 3 part series on lament. Lament tells us to stop hiding and turn back to God; it is a prayer of pain born out of trust in our faithful God.
Over the last few weeks I have been speaking with Amina about Black Lives Matter and racism in the church. I am very grateful that Amina has been willing to share her experience in this interview.
Part 1 of a 3 part series on lament. Many are struggling. May be that includes you. If so, how are you dealing with it?
A response to the death of George Floyd Those in leadership have a responsibility to lead and I’ve learned this week that failure to say something, says something.
I have been trying to write a response to tragic murder of George Floyd for our church. One of the Bible’s first affirmations about human beings is that we are all made “in the image of God”.
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder. Maybe. But absence can also make us sad, lonely.