Remembering Srebrenica

25 years ago, not so very far from here, the worst massacre since the holocaust took place in the little town of Srebrenica in Bosnia.  More than 8,000 men and boys were killed and over the course of the war somewhere between 20-50,000 women and girls were raped. This week I spoke to my friend Read More …

what do you believe?

I haven’t published a sermon for a long time.  They’re available on the St Ninian’s website but it felt like following the events of the last weeks and months this was something that needed said.  You can listen and the text is below. [podbean resource=”episode=ss7dk-93db5f” type=”audio-rectangle” height=”100″ skin=”1″ btn-skin=”107″ share=”1″ fonts=”Helvetica” auto=”0″ download=”0″ rtl=”0″] A Read More …

I’m running the Men’s 10k on Sunday in Glasgow in support of SAMH. I’m almost at my £500 target!!! Thank you so much to everyone who has donated so far. Your contributions with help SAMH to do some much needed work with children. Their Going to Be campaign is highlighting the lack of support for Read More …

Why, How, What…

Why? How?  What? Why do we do the things we do in the way we do them? I wonder what the most important part of the question is?  Is it the things that we do?  Is it the way that we do them?  Or is it the why? For me the ‘why’ is the most Read More …

Sunday’s Coming (6/5/18)

I wonder how often we say ‘Thanks’? I wonder how often we say it to the people we are really thankful for? The practice of gratitude is a simple way to completely change your outlook on life.  It’s the start of that radical life-change we talked about last week.  Thankfulness.  Gratitude.  Whatever you want to Read More …

I doubt it…

We come to the end of our journey through the Gospel of John this Sunday as we tackle john 20:19-31. It’s evening on Easter Day, the disciples are scared and locked in a room. Apart from Thomas.  He’s somewhere else. And Jesus appears. A whole load of stuff is happening in this short passage.  Jesus Read More …

Sunday’s Coming (18/3/18)

The Gospel of John is about revelation. Who is Jesus? Who are we? All the encounters we have witnessed as we journeyed through this Gospel tell us the truth about Jesus, the people he met, and about ourselves. The trial before Pilate lays bare humanity. Our humanity. It shows us just where power really lies Read More …