Last year on Palm Sunday, I wrote about how the procession into Jerusalem might have looked like in what was then our first COVID-19 lockdown. This year, we are again at Palm Sunday (albeit a couple of weeks earlier due
I have always been an avid watcher of TV news bulletins. I like to keep up to date on events happening in the world as well as in the UK. The bulletins always seemed accurate and the reporting unbiased. Over
They say that many hands make light work; however, they also say that too many cooks spoil the broth. This week’s “Thought” will prove one way or the other, as it was inspired by the Prayer Meeting on Tuesday evening.
It would have been sometime in 1983, possibly 1982, that the Graham family made the long journey from the familiar surroundings of Birmingham for a day out in the bright lights of London. Among the delights that offered themselves to
We can all recall our parents, close friends or work colleagues exhorting us to do this at some time in the past. In fact, this approach is scriptural and can be found in the New Testament, Colossians 2:7, where it
During these last twelve months, I have found two ways of whiling away the hours of my days off and downtime: jigsaw puzzles and model kits. True, both of these activities were not alien to me, but it has been
Sharing So, in remembrance that Christ died once for all on the cross, we eat and drink. Pause to eat. Pause to drink. Sending We pray: Loving God,The cross is empty, the tomb is empty also,As you remembered your promiseThat