There is no Rest here.
We are always and endlessly fascinated with knowing the truth about ourselves. I've been attending the Moore College Annual Lectures over the past couple of day, there are 2 to go next week. This year's speaker is Mike Ovey, the principal of Oak Hill Theological College in London. His topic is 'Repentance'. His particular angle… Continue reading Moore Confession
This morning I got up early to join the weekly prayer meeting for our Church, we meet down stairs in the Parish lounge. Our Church has all kinds of struggles and difficulties, but it has some wonderfully welcoming and committed people, and, not unrelated to that, it has a small group who faithfully pray together… Continue reading Pray for Kenya
There was a interesting article in The Economist recently entitled 'In place of God'. It is a survey examining the central cultural institutions of the world's major cities. The title reflects the shift over the last century away from the Church as the central cultural institution. Leaving aside for a moment the problem with regarding… Continue reading City Soul
LORD, lead me in Your righteousness, because of my adversaries; make Your way straight before me. (Psalm 5:8 HCSB) I really think the Psalms come alive when you read them with a Samuel L. Jackson accent - Particularly Psalm 5. I've always felt a little uncomfortable with the idea of giving God a list of… Continue reading On having enemies
"Shakespeare pictures the potential depravity of a godless world. I think it's no accident that the gods are referred to that number of times. "The other prediction that's made in the play is 'if the gods don't come down and intervene then it must come, humanity will prey upon itself like monsters of the deep'.… Continue reading The Tragedie of King Lear