Posted on January 29, 2019 by Eddie
In the end, the big decisions are not really that big and the small ones are enormous.
When I say that I’m lonely, it’s not so much that there aren’t people around; it’s that I miss a connection with people who have known me for years.
Updated on January 31, 2018 by Eddie
When we live in a bubble we become focussed on our own needs and experiences and lose sight of the wider world.
There are a number of conclusions that you can draw from these incidents; but the idea that the Holy Spirit always guides in a clear and unambiguous fashion is not one of them!
The Romans were quite used to the idea of making peace by shedding blood on the cross – they did it all the time. Only, their idea wasn’t to reconcile people, but to exterminate anyone who threatened the state.
Updated on June 14, 2016 by Eddie
We love to sing about how big and powerful God is, but when it comes to practical issues we, all too often, limit God’s ability to do things. We make ourselves, our choices and our abilities the centre of the universe. On balance; that’s a mistake!
Some are indeed … called to commerce, to industry and farming, to accountancy and banking, to local government or parliament, and to the mass media, to homemaking and family building.
Updated on January 19, 2016 by Eddie
Introducing a new series of videos, which are very, very good.
Updated on December 23, 2015 by Eddie
Christmas needs Easter (and the second coming) to bring God’s plan to fulfilment, but we shouldn’t let the importance of the destination blind us to the sheer wonder and beauty of this part of the journey.
Posted on November 19, 2015 by Eddie
All to often, the peace of God is presented as some sort of “morphine haze” that allows us to float above life’s troubles and worries; totally untouched and unaffected by the mayhem all around us. Life may be going completely to pot, but we are unperturbed because we have the peace of God.