On Being Heard

Sometimes you just want to get on with your work. But the nurse on duty was being polite and asking what I studied. Then his moustache twitched excitedly and his eyes lit up and out poured a tale of world travel and priest training and the joy of hermeneutics. A discussion of Mary as co-redemptrix … More On Being Heard

Raising Servants

It began with books, it always does. And then things happened and time passed and another book proved the catalyst, culminating in a throwaway comment by a man in a blue shirt which finally consolidated my thinking on the matter. Over the years I have been noticing a gradual disconnect amongst my generation. There is … More Raising Servants

Searching for Rahab

  One of the things I love about the genealogy of Jesus in Matthew is verse five. This random woman pops up, not even Jewish. Not only was she a gentile though, she was a prostitute originally too. But there she is in the family tree of the Messiah no less. Her name is Rahab.

Mercy Me

There are all sorts of bad news. None of it is pleasant to have to break to people. It has to be done just right and it’s so difficult. You have to time it so that you catch them from falling just as you shatter the world out from under them. The part that is … More Mercy Me

Dear Sir

Dear Sir, My friend and I knocked on your door and you told us that it is the younger generation that we should be telling about God. I completely agree with you. When I look around at my generation, it breaks my heart. School friends constantly show off images of their wild nights, proudly displaying packed … More Dear Sir

Family

Hi guys! Sadly this week I haven’t had time to do the photo challenge so I’m posting one from about a month back if you’ll forgive me. Here is my contribution to the family theme:   Not the best photo ever but it’s only the beginning of the year. I hadn’t realised what a motley … More Family