There are feet that race to do wrong (Pro 6:18) and there are feet that climb the mountain to proclaim God’s good news (Isa 52:7). What kind of feet are you?
But only if you overdo it. Sleep – the bane and antidote of my life. In stark contrast to Ben Care’s recent London Institute of Contemporary Christianity (LICC) email called Sleepless in Suburbia, the lack of sleep is not much a problem for me as the indulgence of it. Ben’s article explains how fatigue andContinue reading “Sleeping is sin”
Psalm 139: 13-16 You made all the delicate, inner parts of my body and knit me together in my mother’s womb. Thank you for making me so wonderfully complex! Your workmanship is marvelous – how well I know it. You watched me as I was being formed in utter seclusion, as I was woven togetherContinue reading “New life”
Jesus has been in the mainstream media a lot lately. It all began when Dave Emmett, a leader at King’s Church which I am a part of, quoted an article in the Guardian about how the church was growing in cynical and unbelieving London. A couple of weeks later, he began his teaching by readingContinue reading “Jesus in the media”
VIP Night last month at King’s House was an amazing time for members of the church to share our lives with women from hostels all over Manchester. Read about the event here and be encouraged to get involved for the next one for men on May 19.
This picture was taken by my sister when she flew from Manchester to Singapore en route to Australia last summer. ‘Man’ and ‘sin’ are such simple words, yet the revelation they bring is profound. This is what it means: Every man was born with sin. Romans 2:23 says: “For everyone has sinned; we all fallContinue reading “The sin of man”
Here’s an article in the newspaper about how Christian rappers are bringing the love and life of Jesus into schools and colleges. It was reported in the Glossop Advertiser on 2 April, where I was doing my work experience a month ago. “GLOSSOP kids got a chance to learn that rapping doesn’t have to beContinue reading “Religion and rap”
On Saturday 14 March, King’s Church invited MP Tony Lloyd for a prayer breakfast meeting. The event was held in conjunction with Peace Week 2009, which saw a series of events being held in Manchester. The purpose of the prayer breakfast was to gather members of the community working across churches, shelters and other organisationsContinue reading “Prayer breakfast with Tony Lloyd”