On Monday 14th April, David Cameron made a statement that the UK is a “Christian country”. This, following on the back of his claim to be continuing the work of Jesus, created considerable fuss in the traditional media and, of course, social media. Apart from the fact that we seem to be in a rut […]
For the past few years a competition has run for short videos retelling the story of the nativity (or part of it). The deadline for entries for this year has passed and voting will begin soon. In the meantime I would like to go on record by saying that they’d have to go a long […]
It was the work, not the movement which changed the world. And it wasn’t the wise people at the top who did the work nor the wiser people in the middle. It wasn’t even the rest of the people. It was all of the people who did it. There was no special requirement, no training course, no length of service or special status to achieve before a person could do this work. All they needed was to see it, to hear it and to do it.
I’m at Spring Harvest this week. As you may expect I tend to find myself in the ‘create zone’. Our challenge yesterday was to consider who/what Jesus is. Lots of great ideas came out. This is what I did.