Devotions and Reflections

Nuach – Pilgrimage

Feast on this short meditation, that forms part of our series exploring the word ‘nuach’ – the deep, settled and empowering rest that the Lord sends. Why not listen to the piece right through first, and then try hitting the pause button for a while... read more

Passion for God that makes me take time to be with Him

In this talk that was recorded early in 2011, Robert encourages us to look for where we might find rest for our souls. So many people live in a state of debilitating chronic fatigue, and even many parts of the Church sometimes appears to be in danger of both... read more

A Psalm for storm-tossed times

This is a psalm that describes the sort of abrupt transition that many experience in the course of life, when the boundary between one season and another is crossed, whether in stages or all of a sudden. Some find themselves plunged into change as the result of some... read more

Eternal Light

When we turned to Christ for the first time we came to understand that there is a radiant light way beyond anything that we had ever known, greater even than the sun, for that can only be with us for some many hours in the day. Jesus truly is the Light of the world,... read more

Into Your Hands

Last year I shared something that I have come to value greatly, starting each day with as enthusiastic a ‘Deo Gratias’ as I can manage in my sleepy state, consciously greeting the Lord with the words that monks and nuns have used through the centuries. You will... read more

Dismantling the barriers and walking in the Will of God

(Adapted from ‘Confidence in His Will’ a retreat address that Bishop Frank Weston gave in 1914) Lord, You are so close to me, and yet so entirely other too. But sometimes, Your otherness feels somewhat distant and overwhelming, I find myself beginning to lose... read more