This is the latest short answers from Solas: I also wrote about this here: The Shelter of the Most High – New Year, Old Hope – a Personal Testimony Continue reading Where is God When It Hurts?
Not long after we came to Australia three months ago I did an interview with one of my heroines – Justine Toh at the CPX offices. She is one of the most impressive interviewers I have come across and the CPX podcast is always superb. This was actually a really difficult interview – the most difficult I have ever done – because it was about … Continue reading Life is But a Breath
Solas are now releasing all the videos on their website – This one is my talk in 2010 on the reason for Solas – but to be honest it is the reason for my ministry (if you want to understand what I am trying to do – this will explain it)….I have repeated this talk several times in different forms but for me this conference … Continue reading Give me Scotland or I die
Light Engaging Darkness 14 University Special… What is happening to our Universities in the UK and the US is to say the least disturbing. In many cases they are ceasing to be Universities (looking at a wide range of subjects, with a wide range of views) and are in the process of becoming commercial centres of social engineering, teaching a philosophy of cultural Marxism and … Continue reading LED 14 – University Special…. Felix Ngole – White Science – University of Texas Behaviour Intervention Team – Brexit – TeachFirst – Black Atheist Ontology – Pregnant Men
This week I listened to a Bishop on the radio talking about cancer. I thought it might be helpful but to be honest it was weak. He made the valid point that serious illness, like cancer, teaches us that we are frail. And that was it. I agree of course that though we may intellectually acknowledge we are frail, it is often only when … Continue reading Help, Hope and Healing for those Heading to Hospital or faced with Illness
I write this in Portmahomack at my parents, as I am about to attend the funeral of my old maths teacher, Neil Macarthur. Why travel the 350 mile round trip to attend the funeral of a 90 year old man who was not a relative? A Mentor Neil Macarthur was not a friend. I didn’t call him every week, write him letters or have regular … Continue reading Neil Macarthur – A Personal Tribute to a Teacher whose Influence lasted.
Praise the LORD, my soul; all my inmost being, praise his holy name. 2 Praise the LORD, my soul, and forget not all his benefits— 3 who forgives all your sins and heals all your diseases, 4 who redeems your life from the pit and crowns you with love and compassion, 5 who satisfies your desires with good things so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s. (Ps 103) … Continue reading Reasons to be Thankful – Reflections on 55 years!
My phone has hardly stopped ringing over the past couple of days, with journalists from different news organisations desperate for information and ‘an informed opinion’ about the recent tragic death of Iain D Campbell. It still disappoints me that in a world where people are being killed, this is considered so newsworthy that it merits so many column inches and so much gossip. … Continue reading Tragedy in Lewis – A Pastoral Response
Write On A Few Personal End of Year Reflections about Writing I am going to take a wee break from writing and for those who read this blog I thought I would seek your advice. I began writing a few years ago. Or should I say that I began writing in public a few years ago. I had always kept a diary, written personal letters … Continue reading Write On? – Advice sought….
I have been asked to explain about why I believe what I believe about baptism. Rather than give a theological explanation or a detailed examination of all the Scriptures concerned with baptism (there are plenty books and articles that do that from different perspectives) I thought I would just simply give a personal testimony about my journey on this issue. I find that people often … Continue reading Baptism – A personal Journey in which it is discovered that infant baptism is Biblical!