As I prepared my sermon for today around the miracle of the feeding of the five thousand, I was prayerfully transported back to Cuddesdon. Only months earlier we had used this passage for a Eucharist with children. They had designed, or at least had a say in, most of the service; they had chosen to... Continue Reading →
#658 #eucharistwithchildren with a theme of #feedingofthe5000 #matthew14v13to21 set around a #picnic to demonstrate #godsgenerosity and #abundance Let's be #generous with our time and care of one another.
#447 My study of #stteresaofavila continues. Her imagery is amazing. When talking about knowing God more fully through #contemplativeprayer she uses an analogy of two #fountains with basins. One is us, and one in God. God's fountain #overflows until it floods the whole garden and fills our basin up through this overflowing. She is speaking... Continue Reading →
#339 Jesus fed 5000 people with five loaves and two fishes...The story in #matthew14v13to21 tells of God's absolute abundance as he provided for, and sustained, his people. What do you need to #sustain you? Where do you want to see God's #abundance flow?
#218 This painting was used by a colleague in our group worship to help illustrate God’s absolute #abundance. What strikes you in this picture? What do you see when you look more deeply? There is so much symbolism here that I could stare at this for some time. The artist said that this was about... Continue Reading →