Revised Common Lectionary readings: 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13 Our reading from the revised common lectionary is a passage from Paul to the church in Thessaloniki (and
Before you start any journey, it’s key to know where you are. It would be hard to travel from London to Paris, if you didn’t
A few weeks ago, Kain Ramsay – a coach and trainer that I follow online – asked this question: What do you think might happen if
I recently discovered some of the works and thoughts of the Russian writer, novelist and philosopher Fyodor Dostoyevsky. He was an Orthodox Christian with a
Every morning, whether you are consciously aware of it or not, you have a routine.
Your morning routine may be “I am so late, again”, “here we go again” getting the kids dressed, ready for school, piled in the car and running to get there on time. Or, it may be intentional – getting up early, before the rush of the day — having time alone for a quiet coffee and contemplation of what the day holds, before everyone else crashes into you day. Whatever it is… it is your preparation for the day.
Recently I read: Do not be daunted by the enormity of the world’s grief. Do justly — now. Love mercy — now. You are not