I hear people do this so often – imagining what God might be like, what he must be like… So many religious movements start from that: let’s think what God would say about this, that and the other, and build … Continue reading
So I had this idea for a blog post about how Luther is my homeboy (kinda) and decided to have a little break first, chilling out with a game I like playing on my phone. And the metaphor just jumped … Continue reading
This rambly thought started when I was walking past a local café a few weeks ago, a café that does the most amazing, mouth-watering home made danish pastries ever. I was on my way home from a place where I’d … Continue reading
Thinking aloud about murder, adultery, and victimless crimes I was reading about the capture of Mosul and how one Iraqi soldier took revenge against the Isis guy who’d been behind the murder of his family. Once captured and identified, the … Continue reading
I’m reading a book about living the Christian life, and this sentence just leapt out at me. It’s so exactly how it is, it’s the beautiful balance of living as a person saved by grace – I know I don’t have to … Continue reading
I’m happily married but no, I didn’t mean my husband – and he knows that there’s someone I love more, he’s perfectly ok with it, in fact he encourages me to love this other guy more than I love him. … Continue reading
If you’ve been following me anywhere on social media, you’ll have seen my #lovemychurch posts – and I really do! And my church really is pretty fab – though obviously not perfect (because none of us are😀).
But I love my church not because of how fab it is. I love my church first and foremost because of what it is. Continue reading
I was talking to someone online who told me she’s an agnostic because she doesn’t want to put limits on God.
From where I’m looking, putting limits on God is precisely what she’s doing.
Now let’s see if I can explain it in a way that people who aren’t inside my head can understand what I mean… Continue reading
So yesterday I got kind of ranty in a face to face situation for a change. It wasn’t pretty. And I cried afterwards, because I was letting God down and it kills me when I do that. Because I love … Continue reading