a Biblical view of treasure and where and how to find it
reflections on how international discontent and terror also personally affects us
Times ahave been changing since time began; we need to be mindful of not falling into the trap of thinking we are better now than before; we need to practise compassion and love.
The vulnerability paradox of weakness/strength, death/life has endless applications for those with eyes to see and faith to perceive.
how can we overcome the pre-eminence of global capitalism with its consequential environmental destruction
Will we repent and work for ecological resurrection and healing of our planet?
being open to other faiths and customs opens the door to a variety of meaningful encounters
evidence of the ability of Easter to summon joy from the ashes of sorrow
solving racial injustices will require all of us taking the side of those who are discriminated against as if it were our own
refletions on the hppenings after the massacre in Christchurch
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