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!
One of the regulars at the pub made me laugh today. Lots. I had the privilege of sitting with him as I drank copious amounts of coffee and he sipped on his pint of Abbots sharing some stories about his marriage and work in post war Austria. I've heard many of Bob's* tales before. He … Continue reading They said their marriage wouldn’t last…
I was struck by a phrase that I read in the book of Acts when Paul was carried away from an angry crowd who were shouting for him to be rid of! Paul asked 'may I say something to you?' (Acts 21.37) So I made a simple sign and set up a plinth for me … Continue reading May I say something to you?
How do you get to pray for miracles in other people's lives? Today we used our usual 'signs' as well as giving lots of flowers away that were generously given to us for free from the very kind street flower sellers who always encourage us and help us. Through acts of kindness and availability, together … Continue reading Signs and wonders through signs and wonder-full flowers.
I've done a few paintings recently where people have asked if I would do a print. So, I've made some Giclée prints on Hahnemühle German Etching paper.... oooooo, fancy! If you would like to order one please let me know by leaving a comment below or emailing me at email@example.com Two of the prints that … Continue reading Own a limited edition signed print…
Last week at our monthly Encounter service artist Kate Green painted something very powerful- the message matched so wonderful with our guest speaker and singer/songwriter Liv Comley. Liv's message was about experiencing Jesus' love more and pressing into knowing God. Kate wrote this about the picture: God wants us to know his heart is beating … Continue reading Love’s Embrace
I got to pray for a dear friend of mine. The day before we met she been told the 'stage' of the pancreatic cancer. The doctors confirmed that it was stage 4. That's the worst news that she could have been told. Before we met to pray I believe God spoke. It was through Isaiah … Continue reading God, do awesome things we don’t expect
We snuggled up on the sofa, turned on the TV and together as a family watched last nights Ariana Grande One Love concert in Manchester. We found it deeply moving, not least because of the terror attacks in London the previous night and it was less than two weeks after the terror attack in Manchester following her … Continue reading Justin Bieber and heart shaped hands…
I accidently came across this today as I was looking for a document in the depths of my computer. It felt too good not to share. It's an old prayer that 'spoke' to me so powerfully many years ago when I spent some days up at the Sisters of Jesus Way in West Kirby. It's … Continue reading For my thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways my ways, says your God.
One of the signs of the kingdom of God being furthered around you can be measured in 'what' you pray for. If as a church you spend your time praying for your community without knowing the names of those in your community then make a point of getting to know people and engage in what … Continue reading A sign of the Kingdom