Follow my feed:
Holy Land Pilgrimage 2015
Papua New Guinea Pilgrimage in August 2015
Our StoryTales of spiritual journeys, thoughts & reflections, in faith, work and life.
Written from a Christian perspective & reaching out, way beyond...
Adventures & sermons, blogs and prayers.
Bookmark this page, RSS the blog and best of all stay on board...
Faith thoughts'I come in the little things, Saith the Lord.
Not borne on morning wings Of majesty'
...from Immanence by Evelyn Underhill,
(Mrs. Stuart Moore)
The Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse. 1917.
Tag Archives: Faith Goes Walkabout
Bless You – That’s my line! Blessings, God Bless You, Blessed are the poor, the hungry, those who mourn, and those who are hated because of their faith… What does it mean, blessings, blessed, bless you? Is it really a … Continue reading
This is a turning point for the church year. We now move from Christmas and Epiphany towards Easter and Lent, a turning point from looking behind to looking ahead, symbolic and preparing ourselves for Easter. I think that Jesus must … Continue reading
Christmas Day and all is well. Stockings and presents full to bursting, happy children with new gifts and surprises. Families united and back to their homes. A joining together of family, friends and those we love. But above all the … Continue reading
Seventh Sunday after Trinity July 19th 2015 ‘Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest a while.’ Says Jesus to the disciples. Mark 6:31 What a powerful few words. How often would we like someone to … Continue reading
Somebody once said, ” Coincidences happen more often when you believe in God”. Not sure if it was a coincidence or just my luck, that whilst in Hong Kong this last two weeks, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby was … Continue reading
Celebration for St Mary’s Church,Gayton Thorpe, the large scale building work is finished! The round church tower was open for viewing and the brave or foolhardy braved the ladders on the way to the top. Even braver were those who … Continue reading
What happens in communities when funding for projects is cut back? When plans and development for new centres no longer happens and the traditional means of support is withdrawn, what is the real impact? Image of Granard Children’s Centre with … Continue reading
Kalpana, aged 7, in Nepal on her way to school. We support Kalpana and make regular contributions towards her school costs, from our children’s books website Dolphin Booksellers. We put aside monies to send to Kalpana for her education. … Continue reading
Tasmania, the most southerly state in Australia, an island, separated from the mainland by the Bass Straits. A beautiful place with huge diversity in the climate, landscape and wildlife. Vast areas of wilderness and huge untouched forests with no … Continue reading