Love Languages #4 Acts of Service and #5 Quality Time.
You are God’s temple and God’s Spirit dwells within you- we are temples of God’s Holy Spirit.Why silence? This gives us an opportunity to be still with God. 7:30 am a solitary walk to Lee Bay. Cool breeze Cloudy sunrise Quietness dawning upon me A speechless meeting with a friend, returning from the shore. Familiar
Creator God, Bless the tears we shed for the resources we have squandered. Bless the sigh we breathe out for the atmosphere. Bless the head we hang for the creatures lost and exploited. Bless the hands we wring for the things we have broken and wasted. Bless us as we lament. Cradle us as we
The Reverend Elizabeth Inall read out the following anonymous poem at a recent service. Paintings by Stephen Hutchinson accompany the poem.
Love Language – Physical Touch. Touching in the right way, to the right person, for the right reasons can be a really powerful message of caring, friendship and love. Accidental touching, or inappropriate contact, can be so easily misunderstood – so we need to take great care! That said, people who respond to this love
Introduction: Are Love Languages Biblical? I listened to an audio reflection about ‘love language’ a few days ago, which prompted my theme for Lenten contemplation. It was about how love language translates into the way we live our faith. So what is meant by Love Language? Well, in his book, The 5 Love Languages – the Secret
This Lent, there are quite a few suggestions for contemplations. Rob Hughes will be publishing a series of fortnightly contemplations based on the theme of Love Languages. Please see Rob Hughes Lent – St Mary’s Church Eccleston and St Mary’s Church Pulford (ecclestonchurch.org) The Church of England has a page dedicated to Lent: Lent, Holy
Lord, let the fire of heaven touch my lips today and transform my judgements into intercession, my gossip into encouragement, my self-pity into praise and my complaining into gratitude. Pause and pray. I think of a missionary who is living out the words of Isaiah: ‘Here I am, send me’. [Isaiah 6: 3b-9a] Lord, pour
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