Remember When We Used to Care? – Poem

Remember When We Used to Care? Before we caught the culture that cultivates callousness Like a cold? Cold hearts pumping cold blood around warm bodies with frozen intentions. Actions hanging lifeless from cold fingers on keyboards like icicles Bad circulation maybe? Remember when we used to care? When we used to watch the adverts and... Continue Reading →

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The Quest for Community #4

I'm just gonna come out and say it. I think you're too sensitive. You're too easily offended. When it comes to receiving "wounds from a friend" you're about as durable as a helium balloon. One little prick to your ego and you get totally deflated (usually with a lot of high-pitched whining). But that's no... Continue Reading →

Something’s Wrong… – Spoken Word

Guys, I think something's wrong with me I can watch a film in silence for 3 hours straight without taking a toilet break and weather an exploding bladder But I can't sit still before the throne of God for 3 minutes without thinking about something else. I can eat my own bodyweight in meat and... Continue Reading →

Field of Dreams – Spoken Word

Sometimes the grass below my feet tickles them Sometimes the nettles sting my ankles. Sometimes a gentle breeze caresses me Sometimes a harsh gust chills me to the bone. Sometimes I skip but often I stumble Sometimes I rejoice but often I grumble As I journey through the field of dreams. Sometimes the warm light... Continue Reading →

Waiting for a Saviour – Spoken Word

A short piece I wrote for our church's Christmas service in 2016 Waiting. We're holding onto hoping that the hope of the world will come, the only Son. We're waiting. We don't know when He'll show but the prophets have foretold that every chain that has held us He'll be breaking. The power of our... Continue Reading →

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