Category Archives: Easter &Justice

Excruciating discipleship #Goodfriday?

When Jesus turned to the crowds who were flocking to hear his teachings and receive healing and hope and said “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me.”[1] he was, in … Continue reading

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Giving up or letting go? Lent reflection on provision, security and power

When I was a small girl I had the privilege of living with my family among a semi-nomadic people group in Brazil. This people group had at one stage decided to ‘give something up’. The rapidly changing and insecure context … Continue reading

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Easter Shalom: from the Cross to the Wedding Banquet

…we need that deeper narrative of the Kingdom which requires us to take up our cross and follow Jesus (Luke 9:23). The cross symbolises the heart of the character of the King of this Kingdom who was himself the ‘suffering servant’. Jesus brought liberty … Continue reading

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