"He told the angels, 'Make sure they know that I see them. Tell them, they’re not rejected... Not alone." This piece re-imagines the events of Luke 2:8-20 as a letter written by one of the Shepherds.
Rebecca has written a short story from the Inn-keeper's perspective, on the night Jesus was born. An interesting read that puts a new light on a long-held "villain" of the nativity story.
This beautiful spoken word by Gemma brings us through the Bible and reflects on God's plan for reconciliation with Mankind; a the promise that we celebrate at Christmas.
"Joy gets harder to muster under days trimmed with evergreen..." Abigail's poem about the build up to Christmas is a fresh invitation into God's peace and rest.
"He didn't come to do all things for us, but to do all things WITH us." A powerful Christmas spoken word by Zoe that explores the impact of Jesus' birth on our lives.
Drawing on the current political climate and the excitement of Christmas, this Spoken Word draws us back to the centre of it all: the birth of a baby, sent to be the saviour of the world.