Monthly Archives: March 2018

Race to an empty tomb

There is a dramatic scene at the end of John’s gospel where Simon Peter and another disciple (most probably John) hear news that the tomb in which Jesus was laid had been opened. The two of them sprint to find … Continue reading

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Here in the man. Here is your king.

It’s Palm Sunday. But aside from the waving of palm branches and singing hosannah, Jesus is put on trial. This Sunday we explore that trial scene and the character of Pilate, the Roman official who pronounces: Here is your king! … Continue reading

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Finding your feet

This Sunday we begin to look forward to the events of Easter week as we remember the time when Jesus washed the disciples’ feet and reflect more deeply on Jesus’ encounter with the disciples throughout John’s gospel. It’s an activity-based … Continue reading

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Why Jesus wept

Did you know that John 11: 35 is the shortest verse in the Bible? Jesus wept. But why was he weeping? On Sunday we will find out and we’ll meet two more characters: Martha and Mary … and there will … Continue reading

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