Author Archives: Katherine
“Let us not grow weary in doing what is right, for we will reap at harvest-time, if we do not give up. So then, whenever we have an opportunity, let us work for the good of all . . .”
Our new mindset in Christ. In suffering hold on. In prayer, persevere. In persecution, bless and do not curse them. Never take your own revenge.
Those who shout the loudest are often those in the deepest pain. An open wound at the heart, a trauma and anguish leads to a hopeful and open understanding of the calling of God. Irrevocable are the gifts and calling
Paul needs to hear the gospel as well as preach it. If the preacher doesn’t need to hear it why should anyone else?
We are all looking forward to returning to public worship together as soon as possible. The way in which we do so will be a sign of our maturity as Christians, our mutual welcome in Christ’s name, and our solidarity
5 July 2020 Matthew 11.15-19, 25-30 I have often repeated a story I love, told by the reformer, Martin Luther. He was fond of recounting that each evening, after a hard day’s work, he would turn the key to lock the door