How can the church walk in the footsteps of Marcus Rashford?
“But Daniel resolved not to defile himself with the royal food and wine, and he asked the chief official for permission not to defile himself this way.” (Daniel 1:8).
Following the announcement to delay further lockdown easing, Manoj Raithatha looks to the book of Daniel and how we can learn from his behaviour at this time.
Andy Glover reflects on the different ways that God brings His presence into our lives and our world. The landscape is forever changing, and God has got our attention. The question is will we listen and hear His voice?
Chris Horton explores how the pandemic has forced us to reconsider our priorities, and how as churches begin to cautiously re-open, we need to be radical in thinking about the purpose of church.
Akhtar Shah explores the question, ‘What do you expect of God in the days to come?’
The media is reporting that prayer and seeking God have become central to our nation in the midst of the pandemic. But Rachel Mildred questions whether we can simply take this news at face value.
What would God say to the Church during this pandemic? Brian Smith looks at this question with relation to Mark 5:1-20, a passage that records Jesus’ encounter with a man possessed by many demons in the region of the Decapolis.
Andy Glover explores the changes that the Church has been called to make in recent weeks, and perhaps those from which we should take lasting lessons
Rachael looks at how we must remain rooted to the rock of Jesus, who will help us to navigate these unchartered waters of the pandemic, and not be overwhelmed by all that comes at us both now and in the months ahead.
Mark explores how a time of significant restoration is upon us, the Church, and it’s time to realise what we had lost and how to find it again.