At home I have an icon of Christ surrounded by six saints and martyrs of Britain, the men and women who first brought the Gospel to this country. It reminds me of those who went before me in this country and it’s surrounding islands, bringing the truth about Christ to a pagan society. Patrick of . . . → Read More: Saints and Martyrs of England
I was going to blog this afternoon on Jade Goody, but Cranmer has beaten me to it with this brilliant piece:
Nothing has become Jade Goody more than the manner in which she is leaving the world. Cranmer has known this, and has extended his hand to some of the world’s most noble and inspirational . . . → Read More: Jade and Jesus
I’m sure many of you have seen this already, but here’s today’s amazing story from the Telegraph. Emphasis added.
Mrs Cain sent a private email to close friends to ask for prayers for her daughter after she was called into the school where she worked in Crediton, Devon, to be reprimanded.
Her daughter Jasmine had . . . → Read More: You have got to be kidding!!!!
Gracious Father, who gave the first martyr Stephen grace to pray for those who took up stones against him: grant that in all our sufferings for the truth we may learn to love even our enemies and to seek forgiveness for those who desire our hurt, looking up to heaven to him who was . . . → Read More: St Stephen
A number of people have emailed asking for me a link to the video I did for All Saints a few years ago. Though it is low quality, there are currently three ways to get the video.
i) Go to http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=NNoaTTGDkSU ii) Download it here iii) Click play below
. . . → Read More: All Saints Video
Let me interrupt my holiday just to bring you this quote (which may very likely have read elsewhere)
“In the United States, although someone may be charged with an offence, they have a presumption of innocence until proven guilty. Any ambiguity goes in favor of the accused. The accused has a right to see the . . . → Read More: Standing by the Faithful