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

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

How to safely share the reason for the season this Christmas time.

What can we do to share the story of the most outrageously generous present this world has been graced with when we can’t gather and engage with groups of people? How can we gently encourage our neighbours and friends to lift their eyes off the pressure to levitate the gloom of the shadow of Covid … Continue reading How to safely share the reason for the season this Christmas time.

The art of searching

I've been thinking a lot about the story of the 'pearl of great price.' You may know the short parable already, but just in case here it is: "Also, the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant who was searching for fine pearls. When he found a valuable pearl, he went away, sold everything he … Continue reading The art of searching

Holy socks!

It's become part of 'what we do' for our students at every residential at The Light Project College. Every Sunday after lunch we send our students out with a gift to give away and yesterday each student received a pair of socks. The challenge to them was to carry the socks and look for someone … Continue reading Holy socks!

The priest was tucked away in the corner at the exit of the Sistine Chapel.

For this years holiday the Duffett family went on an adventure by train to visit different sites around southern Italy. It was a massive treat and we took in the major tourist destinations, the most stunning being Vatican City and the famous Sistine Chapel and the grand St Peters too. The sheer numbers of people … Continue reading The priest was tucked away in the corner at the exit of the Sistine Chapel.

Serving as chaplain on a remote island without electricity or WiFi.

So, what do you actually do for nearly 2 weeks on an island without WiFi and electricity? Check out this short film from Chris’ latest experience of serving as Bardsey Island Chaplain.