2018 · Bible · Christianity · Church · Faith · God · God's love · Holy Spirit · Jesus

Learning to…

Part of my job (well, okay, all of my job) is being in lessons and helping the students to access the lesson to their full potential. Today, as I do every other Monday, I was in a Year 8 RE lesson where the lesson title was 'What is Christianity?' I remember these lessons well from… Continue reading Learning to…

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2017 · Bible · Christianity · Church · Faith · God · God's love · Holy Spirit · Jesus · Worship

The Need for a Tangent Flag

There are a couple of things I could write about today. I could write about leading a Bible study (something I did yesterday) or I could write about how just one person can make a seemingly terrible day become okay again. In reality, I know I will probably not write about either of these topics… Continue reading The Need for a Tangent Flag

2017 · Christianity · Church · depression · Faith · Holy Spirit · Worship

When the Opportunity Comes

Today, has been a pretty good day. It feels strange to write that after yesterday (Wednesday) where I wrote that I came home disheartened and quite down... but let's not dwell on it and focus that today was a good day! There were many elements that could have made today a good day. Maybe it… Continue reading When the Opportunity Comes

Bible · God · Hebrews · Holy Spirit · Jesus

It’s not all Sunshine and Rainbows | Hebrews 10 encouragement

It is my prayer that you know you are loved, forgiven and a son/daughter of God the everlasting Father. It is my prayer that the Holy Spirit will strengthen you in whatever you are going through. It is my prayer that you will know Jesus Christ lives within you and He will never leave you. It is my prayer that you will know and understand, even slightly, the unmeasurable love of God.

Church · Forgiveness · God · Holy Spirit · Jesus · Relationships

It’s not a feeling, it’s an action | Forgiveness

I’d like to tell you a story. A tale that has taken a long time to find it’s ending, but with its ending sparks a new beginning. No, I’m not talking about my journey to faith. No, I’m not talking about starting the university walk. I’m talking about something much more important, much more difficult. Much more personal.