The garden life

The garden life

You’ll need a vivid imagination for this but try to picture the life of Adam and Eve pre-serpent, pre-tree, pre-fruit, pre-catastrophe. No discord, no disagreements, no misunderstandings, only happy, rich, marital bliss, God-style. Take another minute to fully let the...
Feet up, no agenda

Feet up, no agenda

We live in a world moving not just at high speed, but at top speed, and which is ever pushing those boundaries. We jet to the four corners of the earth. We now demand live, global reporting. Five minutes ago is ancient history. Fast food outlets must produce their...
‘Lost’ in Jesus

‘Lost’ in Jesus

Past. Present. Future. Three basic verb tenses we use every day, largely without consciously thinking of the one we’ve chosen. If speaking in a newly acquired language however, we are often arduously conscious each time we come to a verb that needs to be conjugated...
“Will you walk with me?”

“Will you walk with me?”

June 6, 1944 was a terrible, and costly, Allied invasion on the coast of France, with over 9,000 casualties. Despite the cost, it is considered the beginning of the end, the turning point of World War II. Many battles followed, with each Allied Forces win pushing back...
I Love to Tell the Story

I Love to Tell the Story

There was a liar. Then, a cheat, an adulterer, a foreigner, a prostitute, a rebel, a blasphemer, a braggart . . . This is the line-up of Jesus’ ancestors. A motley bunch to say the least! More, these sparkling examples of society’s finest were God-seen, God-loved,...