in the style of Those Who Wait. It’s called Prepare Them Room – a series of dramatic monologues exploring Advent through the lens of the Holy Family as refugees – and why we harden our hearts against those in need.
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Whenever I am despairing of life, it is the honesty of the Bible that saves me. I am that child again, looking into the eyes of the storyteller, stuck in the middle, but longing for that good ending I’m promised.
I’m excited to be talking at The Mudroom today about two things I love – God, and fairytales
living in such close proximity to death had marked me. I woke up at night, sensing its heavy breathing on the back of my neck. I saw it everywhere I went: its inevitability, its steady, onward march. It will eventually take everyone I love. It will eventually take me. I paced the house. I felt anxious and afraid.
What is the best way to teach the Bible? I was formerly a lecturer in Biblical Theology, and my job was to train people to preach the Bible faithfully and well. I loved it. I love preaching and teaching the Bible. I am a fan of the expositional 45 minute pseudo-lecture sermon, the […]
I’m here, but I’m not really here. I’m just popping in, and loading up my Twitter app with scheduled tweets, to tell you about the best of the blogs for April. Tomorrow I’ll post my ‘what I’m into’ for April. and then you’ll have a whole lot of great things to read while I abstain […]
Joining with Amber on Mondays for concretewords, where we practise writing by communicating the abstract through concrete things – a Horse, a book, stairs – and today The Box. These concrete words posts have led me on a journey through childhood and nostalgia and spiritual maturity – I write and that’s what comes out at […]
Drumroll please… Next Tuesday, 18 September, I will begin a new guest-post series on my blog, God and Suffering: Our Story. I am so excited! I have asked some friends to be courageous in sharing their own stories of suffering, weakness, struggle. They will be telling the truth of what it […]