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Matthew: The Secret Confession of a Tax Collector

I worked at the service of Herod Antipas, not Rome, not directly at least. Some people called me a ‘tax collector.’ An epithet for sure. Yet, I wasn’t technically a tax collector. 1,045 more words


Bartholomew’s Vision: A Halo Of Stars

I met Rachel at the underground meetings of the zealots. She was a supporter of what came to be known as the Cause, a loose confederation of Galilean leftist movements committed to the expulsion of the Roman occupation. 1,195 more words


Sermon Overflow - Luke 22:24-38

This is an on-going series that provide an “overflow” of information or application from my weekly preaching. A preacher cannot, nor should not, get everything into a sermon. 466 more words

Christian Living

Floodgate of Love

O Holy Communion of Life and Love,
My Precious Lord,
I see through Your eyes
That Upper Room
So warm, so full of Your Precious Love… 296 more words

Sit tight. It could be a rough ride.

January 18th, 2015

Preacher: Geoff Thorington-Hassel

Reading: Acts 1:1-11

You might be wondering what the connection is between the reading of the Ascension of Christ and the Specsavers ‘Cheese Sandwich’  commercial. 2,950 more words


Make preparations

Mark 14:1-16

The two disciples Jesus selected to make preparations for the Passover had no idea that it would be the last meal they would share before Jesus would be handed over and killed. 400 more words


Upper Room Daily Devotional

Here are  the links for my Devotion  and  Guest Blog  in the Upper Room. I hope you enjoy them. I’d love to hear how God has blessed the relationships in your family!