From country to city, different places, 100 miles apart, but time to spend in both and reflect on what life may hold.
Do you ever wonder what it is that makes you want to get up in the morning? What will you do today that will make you smile at the least and jump for joy at the best?
Is it the thought of sorting another load of washing?
Is it the thought of getting on the bus and going to work? The early waking up by the children as they put the TV on again far too early?
When I wake up in the morning, after a cup of tea….I look forward to what I’m going to do and every day is different.
Working with people and developing plans for projects that will enable people to find that energy, that light, that spark which will help them to see that God does care about them.
For me my work and my faith are entwined together.
Living and serving in the country, I work in the city and it has been a great priviledge to be at St Peter’s Walworth for the last month, in the middle of a city community.
On Sunday 26th March I preach at St Peter’s. You can find it under Lent on Faith Goes Walkabout.
Rev’d Sue Martin