Grace distributed

We have just returned home from a remarkable week away with the national leaders from across our movement. I went into the week with a strong hope in what God would do amongst us but no clear picture of what the journey or the outcomes would look like; by the end of the week I... Continue Reading →

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not yet good….

We are currently in the midst of a mission/training/pilgrimage program called the Fusion UK Summer Experience. As part of this we are following a daily journal that myself and my colleague, Anika put together. The psalm on Friday was the 84th psalm – a classic pilgrim song. I was struck as I read it on... Continue Reading →

Talitha

Sallie came across as we walked in her direction. Of all the ladies we spoke to this evening she was one of the best dressed, she wore good quality make up and her hair was nicely done with highlights. The conversation was in Africaans, so I didn’t get much of it, Caroline stopped to quickly... Continue Reading →

November

It is November 2011, I am in Poatina village, Tasmania. My heart is somewhat heavy as I consider the journey i find myself on with my brothers and sisters, as I consider the future... as I sense the depth of God’s compassion towards us, his unequivocal, complete response to us on the cross. And I... Continue Reading →

Shalom at Easter

Easter and Christmas are funny times! There’s the excitement of public holidays, time off work to spend with friends and family, going for long walks or doing those ‘bank holiday jobs’ that usually get left till ‘next time’. Then there’s the niggling reminders that the holidays are in actual fact, sacraments – a practical reminder... Continue Reading →

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