Holding On

Whilst all of us are all living in the limbo of lockdown, our experience of it varies greatly from person to person and family to family, as indeed from nation to nation. It has been a delight to hear of a number of households who have been relishing every moment and... read more

Coronavirus Matters

Many today, from serious theologians, to firm believers, to interested onlookers are asking the question, ‘Is Coronavirus a plague in the Biblical sense of the word? Don’t look for a dead cert answer here, but from a plethora of articles, I have selected three to help... read more

Light in Hidden Life

At this time when many countries are beginning to emerge from the most intense effects of the ‘lockdown’, we thought some of you might appreciate this link to a shortish film about a group of women who have chosen to remain out of sight for love for Jesus, and their... read more

Coping with the present shocks – Insights from the secular prophet, Alvin Toffler

May our ordered lives confess the beauty of Your peace. After a slow start in terms of locking down, for which the government is likely to incur much retrospective blame, we can yet be really grateful for the way in which it, along with a vast array of businesses,... read more

A prayer for these ‘circumscribed’ times

The Lord your God will circumcise your hearts and the hearts of your descendants, so that you may love him with all your heart and with all your soul, and live. (Deut. 30:6) We are used to associating the word ‘circumscribe’ with restricting or constricting, and we... read more

Psalm 91

The best form of prayer is always two-way conversation, dialogue rather than monologue, and at this time when coronavirus is raging and the whole world is having to come to terms with a new and invisible enemy – how grateful we are that the Lord continues to hear our... read more