Clive Roberts | A Story about Forgiveness. Continuing our series at Hope about forgiveness, I sat down to talk with Clive Roberts about his experience of forgiveness and how that jounrey affected both his life and his faith. Thank you Clive for agreeing to share this with us.
Jason White | My Journey Towards Forgiveness Stephen sat down with Jason White to ask him about his own journey of life and forgiveness as part of the Hope series called ‘The Forgiveness Project’. Here’s what he had to say about his journey so far… Thank you Jason for agreeing to share it with us.
Aristotle said, ‘There is only one way to avoid criticism: do nothing; say nothing; and be nothing.’ If like me, that is not an option then here are a few thoughts on how to handle criticism in your life…
A few encouraging words on why it matters to reflect on this important week in the Christian calendar. This podcast leads into the Holy Week daily podcast devotional, which you can find by clicking on the holy week tag below.
We live in troubled times and this impacts on us all. How can we find peace in the midst of trouble so that we are not paralysed through fear but can rather act from a position of stability and faith. In this podcast we take a brief at what it means to maintain our inner […]
If we want to embrace our future then we need to learn what to do with our past. Our past shapes us but should not restrict us and in learning the lessons of our past we best position ourselves for fruitfulness in the future.
If we want to listen well then we need to cut out life’s distractions. Here are a few thoughts on the importance of dealing with noise…
So here on Day 7 we come to the end of our talks by coming to the beginning of the New Life that Easter promises and may we all both know and live in the life that Jesus died in order that we might possess – a life both abundant and new.
And so fixed between Good Friday and Easter Sunday we are faced with the waiting. What do we do with the waiting? What do we do in the waiting? On this day six of Holy Week we explore what it mean to wait – and to wait well for the promise to be delivered
As we arrive at Good Friday we take time to reflect and think about the Crucifixion and how the death of Jesus offers new life to you and me.