Lent & Advent
sense-able ?

sense-able ?

With ears that are tuned to diverse frequencies I begin to delight in different dialects

housekeeping

housekeeping

People often ask how I go about preparing these reflections and are surprised to learn that I don’t spend much time at the computer

lest we forget

lest we forget

Thank you to FFF readers sharing their experience of Jesus in their lives through this Lent – Easter journey.

what’s the point ?

what’s the point ?

I have spent the past few Easter Octave days with an inspiring group, people of all ages, mostly aged 30’s & 40’s, full of enthusiasm

leadership

leadership

Even the best things that life on earth can give us are not enough to satisfy the depth of desire we feel.

living in colour

living in colour

Jesus is among them filling their pitiful existences with the cosmic and eternal colour.of abundant life

getting physical

getting physical

The stumbling point for many is that in Jesus God took on a human body, and walked and talked and ate and drank

to live

to live

Their hindsight became foresight, an ability to live in the present without hurt from the past and free of fear of the future.

He speaks

He speaks

It is not enough for me as an adult to believe because parents and religious leaders told me so.

Easter people ?

Easter people ?

Let us awaken from our peaceful slumber and let him disturb and inconvenience us. Let us bring him into our everyday lives.

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sense-able ?

sense-able ?

With ears that are tuned to diverse frequencies I begin to delight in different dialects

tuning in

tuning in

If you saw a burning bush, would you (a) call 911, (b) get the hot dogs, or (c) recognise God?

Christ the King

Christ the King

Love casts out fear. But so do several other things — ignorance, alcohol, passion, presumption, and stupidity.

what do you want

what do you want

Miracles always happen – visible at times only to the trained eye and heart

All Souls

All Souls

By looking at the graves, before which countless memories return, we remember how they lived, what they loved