Abiding in God’s Heart

A series of reflections as we journey together through the current COVID-19 crisis. We continue to pray for you and the world during these uncertain times.

October 12, 2020

Gazing Steadily Into The Storm With Jesus

What does it mean to go over, to cross over to the other side? It might mean to die, or to change the way we see, to see from a different perspective. The pilgrimage with Jesus must be walked through. We cannot get there, over there, without starting right from here.

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June 2, 2020

Divine Invitation

You have been invited to meet the friend. No one can resist the divine invitation. And that narrows down all our choices to just two. You can come to God dressed for dancing or be carried to God’s ward on a stretcher.

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May 26, 2020

Ascension Sunday – Fig Tree

This morning at Communion, we prayed in thanksgiving for our Fig Tree. It’s been a powerful symbol of God’s constant love, of strength, of the magnificence of creation and of steadfastness…

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May 24, 2020

New Soil

The trusting is the planting of the seed into that new soil, that new earth. That’s what this time is asking of us. It’s asking us to plant new seeds into our dark earth time such as winter. For so many people, this pandemic time is a dark earth time.

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May 10, 2020

Seeing In A Whole New Way

In these times of isolation, in these times of deprivation, I realise that it is possible for you and I to see things that we have never seen before.

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May 3, 2020

Abiding in God’s Heart

Abiding in the heart of God, resting in that divine ocean of grace and peace, breathing in the breath of God…

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April 26, 2020

What might God be wanting us to see?

What might God be wanting us to see, to hear, to learn? Wonder and wait. “Be patient with all that is in your heart…
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April 12, 2020

Easter Vigil

He has walked the dark road of death and he has conquered death. He is holding our hands and saying: Do not be afraid, for I, the Risen Christ am with you, I love you, trust me.

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April 9, 2020

Betrayal on Thursday

Jesus sat at table with his friend the betrayer, then knelt at his feet and washed them. At that moment perhaps Judas’ glance met that of Jesus, betrayer and betrayed, not “facing off’ as is our wont, …
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April 7, 2020

Anecdotes and Antidotes

Fear, along with shame, is probably one of the most primitive of feelings. And it is all around us now: whether spoken or unspoken, it reverberates across the nations.
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April 6, 2020

Sit with God

A time to sit with God
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