Open House

Christian history offers plenty of ammunition to its critics: crusades, inquisitions, the oppression of women — not to mention the recent horrific incidence of institutional child abuse, covered up by the church. So would we be better off without Christianity? Join us on Wednesday nights at Grarbaleg’s for a four part documentary (https://www.publicchristianity.org/fortheloveofgod/ that weighs upContinue reading “Open House”

“I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us…”

“I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us…” One of the questions we struggle with is: Why? Why did this happen to me? There are many things in life that we don’t understand. But in Romans 8 we begin to see some of the outlinesContinue reading ““I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us…””

I Want To Grow But How? By Building Three Core Habits

I think it’s fair to say that most of us want to grow. A quick glance at popular podcasts, best-selling books, and websites will reveal a common theme: we want to become better versions of ourselves. If your goal is to grow in your Christian spirituality – if you want to love God and othersContinue reading “I Want To Grow But How? By Building Three Core Habits”

"Church @ Home" A Resource Prepared By Jono Thomas For The Church Of England On Norfolk Island

Jono writes: It’s sad that we’ve stopped meeting on Sundays as God’s people. But church doesn’t need to stop for any of us. Jesus said, “For where two or three come together in my name, there I am with them” We know that church isn’t a building, it’s a people – God’s people who meetContinue reading “"Church @ Home" A Resource Prepared By Jono Thomas For The Church Of England On Norfolk Island”

“On Living in an Atomic Age”

C. S. Lewis’s words – written 72 years ago – ring with some relevance for us. Just replace “atomic bomb” with “coronavirus”: “In one way we think a great deal too much of the atomic bomb. How are we to live in an atomic age?” I am tempted to reply: “Why, as you would have livedContinue reading ““On Living in an Atomic Age””

Open House | Public Lectures On Early Church History

Open House is free, open to the public and visitors are most welcome to attend. We hope these series of public lectures will be suitable for longtime church goers, brand-new Christians, wounded-by-other-traditions Christians, people filled with spiritual questions and lovers of history alike. 12-Feb-20 The Intertestamental Period And Its Influence On Christianity  26-Feb-20 The Early Church (AD70-312)Continue reading “Open House | Public Lectures On Early Church History”