Grief does not work to our timetable. Grief comes in waves and bursts. There is a season for laughter, but there are also seasons for crying, and everything in its season.
We’re always taught from the Bible that it’s essential to be part of church. But what if you can’t go to services? Does that mean you’re still part of church, or even a Christian?
If you can go to church without problems, how should you respond to those who are at home?
An Easter reflection by Wendy Bray with Debie Thomas
My NEW article for The London Institute Of Contemporary Christianity is for all those who are grieving or unsettled, and all those who have lost things that should always have remained.
Here are six fiction and 2 non-fiction books for you to explore including contemporary literature, classic literature, and a don’t miss memoir – enjoy!
“But we need to go NOW!”
“But I NEED TO FIND IT – it’s my favourite!”
It is a truth universally acknowledged that the minute you want to go out for a date your favourite bag, scarf or coat will curiously have gone missing.
This is overdue, but let me present to you the 6 non-fiction and 14 children’s books I read in the latter half of 2018.
“We find contentment when we look to Jesus within our pain rather than waiting for the pain to go. Laying out our suffering before God and others – and refusing to let bitterness become our script – allows us to reach further into the depths of God and find unexpected treasure.
If contentment seems elusive to you, remember that God’s love is far bigger, far wider than we can know…” – Liz Carter