Hope for Winter Christians

Jana and I are still in the UK but our speaking tour is coming to an end. Having shared with lovely, amazing and inspiring faith communities in Jersey, Brighton, St. Albans and London we start heading north toward Scotland for our final engagements. I can't wait. I'm heading to the land of George MacDonald, who has been, perhaps, the greatest influence upon my faith.

If you're looking for a taste of what has been happening on the tour on Sunday evening it was my great pleasure to share a meal and conversation with the Borough Common community with our conversation continuing afterwards at a pub around the corner.

I was honored that John joined us that evening and especially honored that he has shared a great deal of our conversation from our evening together over at his blog. Please head on over to John's blog to read some of my thoughts about hope and Winter Christianity. Also give note to John's own reflections about what I shared.

One line from the evening:
What Winter Christians need is a balanced diet of indictment, lament and hope.

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  1. Thank you for the link, and the kind words. I hope you have a great time in Scotland.

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