The team leader looked me straight in the eye. “I’m only here because someone took a risk with me when I was his age. I want to do for him, what someone did for me.”
Category: 2 Timothy
When we open the doors this Sunday, will they come back? Why should they, when there are the options of visiting family, going for a bike ride, hitting the shops – or even just having a lazy day with the papers and some coffee? And what do we do if no-one comes…
I can’t remember when I first heard the idea that Christian ministry is a relay race, but it’s a powerful metaphor: each generation passes the baton on to the next, and here we sit at the end of a line of faithful witnesses, passing it on yet again. It’s powerful – but I’m increasingly convinced
2 Timothy spoke with awful new force as I preached on it recently and it helped me to understand more of the terrible challenge facing our sisters and brothers in northern Iraq. If there are any left. The image over this post, if it is unknown to you, is the letter N, an abbreviation for ‘Nasara/Nazarene’, now
I’ll keep you posted as I’ll be doing a giveaway.