Category Archives: Forgiveness
The first ever ‘Roman Road holiday club’ was held at the end of August. It was a great week and much fun was had by all! The icing on the cake was that some of the children walked the Roman … Continue reading
Take a look at this video. There are many opinions expressed within it. What do you make of it all? Have you pressed ‘Follow’?
This game is great fun. Here’s the lowdown: You are in your house, happily minding your own business, and some zombies want to break in and EAT YOUR BRAINS. The only thing standing between that happening is whatever plants you … Continue reading
I was in KFC last night eating some tasty chicken. Did you know that Colonel Sanders, the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, was a Christian? He said becoming a Christian was “the greatest experience of my life” despite the fact … Continue reading
I’ve been reading about St Patrick recently. First, let’s dispel some myths about him: He wasn’t Irish! He had NOTHING to do with Guinness… …Or leprechauns. People say he chased all the snakes out of Ireland and there are none … Continue reading
The Roman Road has just been published! The first available copes can be found here: http://moorleys.1freecart.com/i/271175/the-roman-road-by-matt-wright-illustrations-by-claire-zillwood.htm#eml It’s a story aimed at 9-11 year-olds though is approachable for adults too. The pictures are full colour and there are questions for the … Continue reading
This is one of the coolest cartoons I’ve ever seen. I’ve just finished watching all three seasons and enjoyed it so much I want to watch the film ‘The Last Airbender’ which is based on it, although I’m sure it … Continue reading
John Wesley once said the greatest stumblingblock to people following Jesus is the lifestyle of Christians. Being one myself I know we’re far from perfect! Jesus once called himself the light of the world, and said his followers are too. … Continue reading
Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me”
(John chapter 14 verse 6)
Through him we are accepted by God despite the mess in our lives.