Dr Anne Richards introduces the famous Welsh artist and writer, David Jones, showing how his work leads us to Christ.
In a talk given to bishops’ spouses, Alison Kings, draws on her experience as a psychotherapist and clergy spouse to explore six themes in relation to anger.
A new hymn for Christmas – #Godwithus
Death never loses its power to shock and stun, to bring a life to an often juddering and jagged end; it is a daily alien reality that is built into life. But if we refuse to recognise the reality of its destructive potential, or deny its place in our lives and in society, we flee into dangerous denial.
When healing happens the process can be reassuringly ordinary
Christians believe that in confrontation with death we are not alone. We can follow in the wake of One who has gone before us and come out the other side, transformed.
This life is given to me from the hand of God…..
As Charlie, Ahmed, Jew, each one of us Jesus stands before creation and before God. His total identification is more powerful than leaders gathering in Paris, than crowds filling the streets, but perhaps a much quieter affair.
The lasting gift of this book to me is the remembrance of beholding, of simply being present before God.
There’s an important place for pre-evangelism in mission: a place to dip your toe in the water, a place to come at faith sideways, and a place to find out that your spiritual urges and explorations make sense.