Don’t forget about Afghanistan

It’s not long back that the return of the Taliban to power in Afghanistan and the disorderly withdrawal of British and American troops. At the time I wrote about being Afghan ready . I expressed concern that it was easy for us to virtue signal our concern for refugees and announce our readiness but harder… Continue reading Don’t forget about Afghanistan

The Secret Father

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I was speaking about the Lord’s Prayer on the Daily Dose the other day.  You can watch back here or listen back here.  A phrase stood out to me that I’d never really picked up on before. But when you pray, go into your room and shut the door and pray to your Father who is… Continue reading The Secret Father

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What to do when you are praying

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Over the past week I’ve focused #TheDailyDose on the order of service used by the Church of England for Morning Prayer. During lockdown quite a few people found it helpful to follow this service together on Facebook each morning. Although the service is liturgical and I’m personally from a non liturgical background, I generally prefer… Continue reading What to do when you are praying

#HowToPray

God made us to know him, to love him, to glorify him and enjoy him. Prayer is a crucial part of what it means to be alive, to be made in God’s image, to be human. Prayer is first and foremost about knowing you are part of a family. That God loves you and invites… Continue reading #HowToPray

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