Christians believe God is the source of wisdom to both discern what is happening, and understand how to respond, says our columnist.
Our columnist asks: Who will break the hold of the unjust powers and systems which oppress us?
His marvellous cavasses express something of the unseen Creator, says our columnist about Van Gogh.
God is at work in the Men’s Shed in every conversation, every kind word, says our columnist.
I often find the days of winter’s darkness difficult and testing, says our columnist.
Geoff described two men at a business conference in Mexico. One, a millionaire, the other a corner shop owner, yet they chat together as equals.
In many Nativity scenes, the Wise Men show up at Christmas. But traditionally it was not until January 6, Epiphany, that these Magi reached Bethlehem.
When I meet Prince Callum at Eden Court he has just come from giving Princess Beauty the kiss that awakens in a rehearsal of Sleeping Beauty.
The baby Jesus reveals the extent of God’s love for us. This Jesus sets free all who welcome him, says our columnist.
Once in royal David’s city: the first words of the carol which opens the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols at Inverness Cathedral tonight at 5.30pm.
I love the emphasis that the one family of God exists in two dimensions, says our columnist about the book Sweet Mercies.
We’re aware of the scandal of sexual abuse in churches, which should be among the safest places on Earth.
‘And God said “Let there be light”,’ the choir intones. ‘And there was light.’ And on the final word, a powerful explosion of rich sound erupts.
For many, the years of ageing are the most difficult of all, as we face frailty and ill-health, says our columnist.
Michelle Ross's words could have come from each student I spoke to recently: "God made the difference for me, and he can for other people as well."
I remember that autumn 50 years ago, its fearful darkness: war in the Middle East; strikes; a three-day week and power cuts to conserve electricity.
Presenter Alex MacQueen says “it’s like a key that unlocks the door to something huge and mysterious,” as her car drives across a remote terrain.
Lorna and I spent a week recently in Inverallochy, a former fishing village in Aberdeenshire.
I was a little concerned that clients, out of gratitude to Christians Against Poverty might feel pressurised to explore the faith, says our columnist.
It is like we are running towards God, but that God’s love is also the wind that is pushing us on, says our columnist.