I took the road at a sensible speed but decided to have a long run today. Through the deserted parks in the daylight led on to a deserted playground that … Continue reading Run to the cross 36
My legs felt heavy as I set off for the guild wheel route. It was daytime but the sun had not shone much today so still a chill in the … Continue reading Run to the cross 35
Down to the woods and over the stream, splashing through mud and startling beams, careful there’s frogs and foxes lie still, heading for ponds and holes in the hill. As … Continue reading Run to the cross 18
Out across the woods to join the guild wheel, a dark but wonderful path to follow at night with animals jumping out when my head torch highlighted the bushes. I … Continue reading Run to the cross 17
Tonight was a long run, through the dark woods at the bottom of the road, following the river before turning and heading home. I run to the cross, not because … Continue reading Run to the cross 8
The storm as raging outside the cabin and the wind and rain was howling. I was sat in a comfy chair and it seemed almost pointless, in fact ludicrous to … Continue reading Run to the cross 4
Let God in and be lifted up by Jesus
As the family watched the sunset in the cool evening at Wells in Somerset, the colours gradually changed from the deep red to the subtle orange. The trees seemed to … Continue reading An act of love: Genesis 2:7 And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being.
Making our way to Runcorn hills cliff face we encountered a huge number of starling flocking over towards the sunset. Myself and my son Matthew had just arrived and it … Continue reading If anyone walks in the day, he does not stumble, because he sees the light of this world.
What an amazing journey these raindrops have undergone, and are still going through. Each has started its life on day two of creation and since then it has evaporated, travelled … Continue reading Then at daybreak, turn around and go home