Sometimes I feel bombarded by Climate Change. This week, I’d like to share a golden nugget – to introduce you to a short video that is both moving and inspirational, that made me want to act and to encourage our church in our journey.
Category Archives: Challenges
Old Boots for New
What d’you do when you spend out on a brand spanking new pair of boots, and you can’t wear them? When it’s not them, but your ageing body that’s the problem?
I reckon it’s all part of the challenge of ageing gracefully…
Life in the ole dog yet?
Is your body gradually wearing out? Aches and pains? You’re in good company, including mine! Here I’m exploring the challenges of staying healthy and fit, and why it matters to me.
A lament for Ukraine
Do you ever feel angry, helpless, and that you want to scream in frustration? The writers of the psalms often did – and they cried out to God. That’s what I did this morning in a writers’ workshop.
Who’d be a Grandpa?
Caring for children is all about the unexpected. They tire us out, but they keep us youthful by showing us how to view the world with wonder.
Which, for people of faith, is important!
The End of the Day
The final days of my life may present some of its greatest challenges, to myself and to my loved ones. My prayer is that, when my time comes, I’ll go out in style.
Time to Rise and Shine!
The Climate Emergency seems so daunting that many are beginning to despair. People of faith, have many reasons to feel encouraged. It’s time to rise and shine!
Stuff, stuff, stuff…Three Cameos
I’m passionate about Climate Change. If we’re going to save Planet Earth, we’ll have to rethink our habits of accumulating stuff, especially cheap stuff that we throw out and replace.
Forty-Nine Shades of Grey
Unintentional changes of plan can leave us angry, resentful and disappointed. But sometimes they may offer unexpected opportunities.
The Shadow of Death (or…When the Chips are Further Down)
When you experience the suffering of a loved one in the raw, it shakes you to your foundations. Here’s my continuing story…