My e-mail series provide inspiring seasons of personal reflection ...
ADVENT: a Thrill of Hope
Advent is a unique series of 20 short e-mail reflections, which I write day-to-day, to help us make the most of this potentially wonderful season. It's not always easy to stay focused on what matters most, of course - that's why I love to craft and create a pathway through, to inspire and challenge us to stay true to the message of hope that Advent brings us.
"Thank you for encouraging me to look upwards and outwards; a soul expanding experience of God"s beauty and love." Sonya P (2018)
"My heart is going to explode with new revelations well before we get to Christmas! This could be the best £10 I've ever spent!" Jo H (2018)
"Thank you so much for the beautiful Advent meditations. They are very precious inspirations to me as, like so many people, I struggle with all the ‘stuff’ that has been cluttered around Christmas. A little peace and inspiration to refresh the soul and become re-aware of God’s light and hope." Jacqui G, 2017
LENT is a unique series of short e-mail reflections.
Each year, I write a new series day-by-day through Lent - so you get a fresh burst each morning, and you, me and anyone else who's signed up begins a journey together, sharing wisdom and encouraging each other along the way.
We focus on key Lenten themes; we try simple daily actions to put ideas into practice; and we report back through the popular RSVP section. We maintain an intimate one-to-one feel - yet the shared wisdom of the group as a whole creates an experience which is far greater than the sum of its parts.
“This has definitely been the most thought-provoking and moving Lent series I have ever followed.” Hazel"
Thank you for being such a willing, loving and wise guide. Yours is a wonderful awareness of the right pace to connect the space with me, us and others - to filter in the new and fresh whilst treasuring the encounter in the moment." Philip C, Lent participant
SOULFUL STEPS: From the Passion to Pentecost
This year, due to the unprecedented times we found ourselves in, I decided to keep the reflections going after Easter, as we traced our way from the Passion (and Passover) to Pentecost. It was a time of mutual encouragement, seeking to maintain connection with our spiritual bearings while everything was changing so quickly. We'll see, in 2021, whether we'll do it all again next year!
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