In the south west of England, in the head of a valley in Dorset where there once was a farm, there is a Friary — Hilfield Friary. Four days ago after a 7 hour plus journey, I arrived here into a world where life passes at that pace which is both fast and leisurely. Four times a […]
Bill Bryson Library – Durham Today I was due to be showing a friend of mine on my course the University Library. We’d both forgotten that we had a lecture first thing and so we went to it (and it was really interesting – on Christian views of deliverance ministry). After that, though, they got caught […]
“It may be that Christians, notwithstanding corporate worship, common prayer, and all their fellowship in service, may still be left to their loneliness. The final break-through to fellowship does not occur, because, though they have fellowship with one another as believers and as devout people, they do not have fellowship as the undevout, as sinners. […]
Through my studies I’ve met many great people who have gone on to all manner of things. Today I was messaging one of my good friends who’s currently in Timore Leste, which I’d personally never heard of. She described it to me, saying: It neighbours an Indonesian island. It’s a very hurting and poor country, […]
I’ve found myself reflecting and praying on Paul’s Trustworthy Saying to Timothy in 2 Timothy 2:11-13.
What would you say to someone who knows nothing about faith if you were in a lift with them? Here’s how I responded to that question. Read it and let me know what you would say!
Recently I was asked if Faith is experiential or conceptual. Here’s my response.
A day can be anything…