2023-03-27T12:45:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
Recently we decided to add a digital notice board to the outside of our church building. Some might feel this is an extravagance, and many churches would not have the resources (or desire) to spend money on signage, but a road study revealed that around 11 million cars pass our ...
2023-02-23T14:30:00+00:00By Jeff Lucas
Looking back, it wasn’t the greatest idea. The care home had warned me that my mother was just days from dying. Agitation was robbing her of sleep and so I decided I would sit with her through the night.
2023-01-25T14:53:00+00:00By Jeff Lucas
Jeff Lucas says God is a searcher too
2023-01-04T12:53:00+00:00By Jeff Lucas
Night intruders are usually experts in stealth.
2022-11-25T17:44:00+00:00By Jeff Lucas
It is one of my earliest childhood memories. I am probably not more than two or three and there is music playing on the radio. Suddenly my dad picks me up, gently wraps his arms around me, and begins to slowly dance with me. I can still feel the warmth ...
2022-11-02T11:44:00+00:00By Jeff Lucas
My landing on Planet Church in 1975 was not without turbulence. Those Christian people seemed very strange. But I am so grateful for the local church that welcomed me in as a brand-new Christian.
2022-09-09T08:56:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
Jeff Lucas shares a story from his childhood, when he attempted to interrupt the Queen’s official birthday celebrations
2022-08-30T08:02:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
There were just ten seconds left in the game, a dreary nil-nil draw. Sensing that victory was still possible, the crowd tensed as my friend John carefully placed the football to take the corner.
2022-07-29T15:03:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
Jeff Lucas takes another look at Philippians 4:13
2022-07-02T13:06:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
Jeff Lucas had to quietly control the urge to weep when his farmer friend asked him to help castrate a bull. Here’s what it taught him about perspective.
2022-05-04T10:04:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
The corridors of Westminster, and some of our churches, may seem reminiscent of a soap opera. But when Christians are tempted to gloat, we must take a look at our motives, says Jeff Lucas
2022-04-25T15:35:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
Once in a great while, we bump into one-of-a kind people.
2022-03-28T14:08:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
There was something about me that was screamingly obvious, but I hadn’t noticed it myself.
2022-02-22T15:31:00+00:00By Jeff Lucas
Jeff Lucas remembers a case of mistaken identity
2022-01-27T06:14:00+00:00By Jeff Lucas
Don’t resist the good news, urges Jeff Lucas
2021-12-17T15:49:00+00:00By Jeff Lucas
My laptop was recently infested with demons. I’m not sure what heinous sins it committed to be inhabited by such dark forces, but it was surely the technological equivalent of the Gadarene demoniac. In that biblical story, Jesus commanded the devils to transfer themselves into pigs, which then stampeded down ...
2021-11-26T16:41:00+00:00By Jeff Lucas
A couple of weeks ago, two nice chaps stopped by our home and promptly set fire to it. Which was rude.
2021-10-25T13:07:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
Want to confuse Jeff Lucas? Just offer him six different options for how he’d like his eggs done
2021-09-28T08:00:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
”Don’t become so well-adjusted to your culture that you fit into it without even thinking.” (Romans 12:2)
2021-08-24T15:02:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
I stood outside the shop, nervous about stepping over the threshold. I’d never been in an establishment like this before. Pushing open the door, a troubling ‘ding’ announced my arrival, but my anxiety was quickly calmed by the reassuring smile from the lady behind the counter. “How can I help ...
2021-06-30T12:54:00+01:00By Jeff Lucas
It happened during an evening spent in the home of a family from our church. Craig and Andrea are missionaries serving on the campus of Colorado State University. Their commitment is impressive, their home often crammed full of students. Their daughter, Zoe, is a little lady with a big smile, ...
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