Thy Kingdom Come

“You will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” (Acts 1:8). There are some things I find it easy to talk about; Liverpool Football Club is a good example. I can bore you with stats, former players, former glories, trophies won etc I love the club and passionately support it. A better example though is my kids. Tilly is 6 and beautifully creative, Naomi is 3 and an adventurer, Sam is 5 months and still won’t sleep!!!! It is easy to talk about the things that we love. Or is it? Because I didn’t always find it easy to talk about Jesus. Would I be judged? Would I be laughed at? How

Deeper Waters...

As I said in my message at the APCM last Sunday the words discipline and disciple have been on my heart and so I feel it is right for me to share that same message, somewhat more succinctly, in my May blog as I believe it is a Word from God for St. Mark’s for this time and season. Discipline If our hearts and minds are to become more like Jesus we need to be open to our loving Father’s discipline. Discipline is not a favoured or welcomed word in today’s culture and can have a very negative connotation, but if we embrace discipline which is offered in love, then it can transform lives just as loving parents discipline their very loved child for his/her well-being. So then how much more should

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