Yesterday evening, 10th April, we launched “New Song Café Southampton” at my home church. For those not in the know,… Read more I can take it from here…
I have been reading a book by former Methodist President of Conference, Tom Stuckey. I’m not quite finished yet, but… Read more A famine on the land
There is a passage in Numbers 11 that I just love; A Willow Creek “Summit” speaker by the name of… Read more Is the Lord’s arm too short?
The Methodist Church has a lengthy process for becoming an ordained minister. It goes something like this: Training as a Local… Read more Owner or Hired Hand?
Tom Elliott is a comedian, magician and entertainer. He is also a committed Christian and recently visited Wimbledon Methodist Church in… Read more Make me laugh!
When Wesley died in 1791 it is said, according to one account that, “His chaise and horses, his clothes and… Read more Day 30 – Netley – Spend and be spent
From where I live in Upper Shirley, Southampton (in the UK), it is about a 25 to 30 minute drive… Read more Day 29 – Netley – To the ends of the earth
Wesley’s fortunes in the West Country were mixed but improved over time. We tend to remember the better days in… Read more Day 28 – Netley – Cornwall Transformed
There is a line of thinking/theology that the gifts of the spirit – speaking in tongues, healing, prophecy and so… Read more Day 27 – Netley – My help comes from the Lord
“Keeping it simple” is not the actual title of today’s passage in “Light The Fire Again”, but, as I read… Read more Day 26 – Netley – Keeping it simple