After the resurrection, two disciples met the Risen Christ on the road to Emmaus. Where will we meet him now?
A reflection on Luke 24:13-35 given to Sanctuary, 30 April 2017. Image shows a detail from Emmaus, by Emmanuel Garibay (2010).
We are waiting for a liberator: but is Jesus what we really expect?
A guided reflection for Palm Sunday, inviting you to enter into the story. It draws from Matthew 21:1-11, and was presented to Sanctuary on 9 April 2017.
Jesus revealed himself to all sorts. Who might we listen to now?
A reflection on John 4:1-42, given to Sanctuary, 19 March 2017. Image by He, Qi. Jesus and the Samaritan Woman, from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, TN. http://diglib.library.vanderbilt.edu/act-imagelink.pl?RC=46094 [retrieved March 18, 2017]. Original source: heqigallery.com.
The image of God as a harsh and violent judge is pervasive. Like the disciples who go with Jesus up the mountain, many of us hold onto this idea. But this image of God comes, in part, from an older story, a story which predates Jesus. A story that also involves a mountain...
This reflection on Matthew 16:21 and 7:1-9 was given to Sanctuary on 12 March 2017.
Who am I, what do I do, what do I believe, how did I become a Christian, what do I do when I preach, and so on - everything you needed to know about me, and then some! This interview was broadcast on Vision Australia Radio Warrnambool 94.5FM on their Kaleidoscope program, at 2pm on 17 February 2017. Thanks, Alan!