Words of knowledge and divine appointments

Have you forgotten how much God wants to use you to bring His heart to those you meet? Divine appointments are characterised by: 1- People you meet saying ‘it was meant to be’ and ‘I was meant to meet you today.’ 2- An openness to what you have as a follower of Jesus. It is … Continue reading Words of knowledge and divine appointments

For in the time of trouble-Painting Psalm 27.

Painting Psalm 27 Over a few days in the Christmas holiday I painted 3 new paintings based on Psalm 27. I chose 3 verses to meditate on and paint. Verse 1: The Lord is my light and my salvation— whom shall I fear?The Lord is the stronghold of my life— of whom shall I be … Continue reading For in the time of trouble-Painting Psalm 27.

Commissioned for a cafe

One of the most genuine, kind, energetic and go-getting kind of ministers that I have ever met came to pick up a commission today for a community cafe based in Stockport. Ed Leavy picking up the painting The painting is of a Monarch Chrysalis to butterfly process depicting new life. From death to life. Transformation … Continue reading Commissioned for a cafe

Creative arts and media in mission and evangelism

My favourite module to teach at the college is Creative arts and media in mission and evangelism. It’s a gem of a module helping students work out that unless ‘good news is understood as good news it’s no news which is bad news.’ Here’s some paintings from our lecture block with lots of hand on … Continue reading Creative arts and media in mission and evangelism

Creativity and evangelism

I love teaching. My relationship with teaching hasn’t always been quite so amorous. I used to teach a bit like an information spewing machine which was both exhausting for me and my listeners! This mornings experience was more about ‘caught than taught’ an opportunity to have a go, hear some stories and reflect on the … Continue reading Creativity and evangelism