Mark 15:40-16:8 Climate change, conflict, political upheaval, terrorism…Why would you want to bring a child into such a world? Growing numbers don’t. But the events of the first Easter weekend change everything. This is where true hope is to be found – for ourselves and for our world.
Mark 15:15-39 Many are worried about the rising cost of living. Few are worried about the cost of sinning. But we should be. In the sufferings of Jesus we see the true cost of sinning, and it is horrifically high. And it leaves us with a simple choice.
The Love of God is so much better than anything this world has to offer. Feeling the reality of this helps our longings, and entire lives, to be transformed.
The Christian journey is one of increasing intimacy with God.
Mark 14:53-15:15 There have been some famous trials in history – Socrates, Galileo, OJ Simpson – but none as important as that of Jesus. The fate of the world depended on the outcome. And how we respond to it will determine the outcome at our own trial, when we appear in the dock at the final judgement.
Mark 14:26-52 ‘We are the heroes of our time’ proclaimed the winning song at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. We like to think of ourselves as the hero of our own story, but the Bible assures that we’re not. Jesus is the hero we need.
Whether you are back in the office or not, this year and a half have been a strange one for living out our faith in the workplace. How are we…
The Christian message is one of hope, a living, lasting, beautiful hope.
In this dream, the man seeks intimacy with his bride, but she delays. By the time she readies herself, he has departed, and she runs through the streets to find him. They are then reunited.
Love in a fallen world leads us to the arms of God