What does Ecclesiastes 3:11 mean? What does it even say? This is the verse that I get the name of this blog from, but there are a variety of questions about what it might mean and how we should understand it!
What do you think of the book of Revelation? Is it something that you avoid? Is it something that you’ve heard preached on much? And what has the Matrix got to do with it?!
The celebration of Epiphany is when we mark the coming of the magi. What do they have to tell us about our faith? This is a sermon I preached for our Epiphany carol service.
What does the Good News look like for Palestinians? What does the Bible have to say about the severe problems that Palestine faces? Mitri Raheb is a Palestinian Christian and has written the book Faith in the Face of Empire to answer these questions.
What are your best memories of 2014? Looking back over a year is always challenging, particularly one that has been as hard for so many people as this one. But, I thought that I’d choose my personal seven favourite posts from the past year (it was going to be five, but I couldn’t decide which…
Carols by Candlelight is a much-loved part of Christmas. The challenge for me is to make it an opportunity to reflect on the events of the first Christmas, and why we remember it, rather than it simply being part of ‘what we do at Christmas’.
A silent communion can be a powerful and moving way of experiencing in a different way the significance of communion, of what we are doing when we take bread and wine.
The most basic prayer for Advent is Maranatha, which means “Our Lord come!” It’s the prayer that Paul prayed at the end of his letter to the Corinthians and was obviously a prayer that the Corinthian Christians already knew.