In this part of Revelation, we find out the identity of the only one who can make sense of human history. What’s it all about?
A couple of days ago I watched “The Magnificent Seven” again and it struck me how it contains a parable of freedom and security. How do we trade one for the other? Do we need to do so?
I had a realisation the other day. Over the last couple of years I’ve become increasingly frustrated with modern worship songs but haven’t been able to articulate why it is that I’ve been unhappy. I just haven’t felt able to engage with them in terms of worship – I am finding more and more that […]
Over the last few months a lot of people have theorised about who’s really pulling the strings behind the scenes. Who actually IS in power? In this video we look at Revelation chapter 4 and see a glimpse of the heavenly throne room.
One of the strange things about the last 18 months is how safety has become the clinching argument for just about any course of action relating to covid. It’s all in the name of safety… but is there something deeper going on?
A lot of people have been asking where the church has been over the last 18 months. In this video looking at the final three letters from Revelation ch 3, we see what Jesus has to say to the church today.
A few days ago Tim Farron wrote an article arguing that the Christ-like thing to do is to continue wearing a mask after July 19th. Here I explain why I disagree. Tim Farron’s article is here.
What would Jesus have to say to churches today about everything that’s going on? Revelation chapters 2 and 3 contain seven letters to the churches, which give us a real insight into what he has to say to us today.
We’re starting to hear more about “Covid Anxiety Syndrome”. I believe unless we can stop worrying about covid, we could be anxious forever. The Daily Mail article I mentioned is here. The QCovid risk calculator is here.
In this video we look at the rest of Revelation chapter 1. What does it teach us about who’s really in charge in the world, and how we should respond to the current circumstances? And what does it say about the way the church has responded to lockdown?