Thanks for reading this series of blog post, we’re almost at the end of this mini series. Let me know in the comments below if you’ve found them stirring and helpful. Don’t forget to catch up on part 1, part 2, and part 3. They caught such a large number of fish that their nets [&h
We pick up the story of Simon Peters invitation to follow Jesus at the point where Jesus has met him in a desolate state and issued some, frankly, bizarre instructions. When he had finished speaking, he said to Simon, “Now go out where it is deeper, and let down your nets to catch some fish.” [&
In our last post we were observing Simon Peter enountering Jesus in the midst of his empty boat. Having spent all night fishing he has caught nothing. His professional skills have deserted him. He will soon have to return to his wife to explain there will be no money from the sale of fish today. [&h
What if your lowest ebb became the place of profound encounter?
For a long time I’ve been personally praying and asking God to send revival to our city and nation. I’ve been asking Jesus about it for 5-6 years, watching and waiting to see if others were also feeling stirred. Recently I’ve noticed others beginning to share an excitement about Go
For a while now I’ve been thinking about personal ‘revival’ – a reviving of personal intimacy with Jesus. I’ve written here before about how much I long to see God’s power break out amongst the neighbourhoods and church family where I spend most of my time. I know
You may have noticed I’ve been away for a while. Apart from being bogged down with lockdown, a bout of actual corona virus in the house, homeschooling children and well everything else that 2020 has thrown at us… I’ve also been keeping my head down after incessantly pinging my regu