Now Thank We All Our God

Now thank we all our God,with heart and hands and voices,who wondrous things has done,in whom this world rejoices;who from our mothers’ armshas blessed us on our waywith countless gifts of love,and still is ours today. During the Thirty Years War (1618-1648) German pastor Martin Rinkart served in the walled town of Eilenburg. Refugees cameContinue reading “Now Thank We All Our God”

Whistle Down the Wind

In ‘Whistle Down the Wind’ some children find a stranger in a barn. They believe he is Jesus. There is an escaped killer is on the loose… Children The children are caring and compassionate towards ‘Jesus’. He respects them and enjoys their company. They are very protective of Jesus. Convinced and excited about their discoveryContinue reading “Whistle Down the Wind”

Learning Lessons and Facing Fears

Musing on recent lessons learnt: fears on ‘returning to normal’ Coronavirus Coronavirus has reminded us of our weakness and vulnerability I fear that, focusing on ourselves, we shall lose sight of others still suffering with coronavirus. 10-year-old Rahaf fled Syria with her family seven years ago to an overcrowded Lebanon refugee settlement. The risk ofContinue reading “Learning Lessons and Facing Fears”