Lucy Morris

September 19, 2020

The Workers in the Vineyard

“Are you envious because I am generous?” (Matt. 20:15) asks the landowner of his workers. What kind of question is that?  And the answer?  “Yes, we are!”  This is an […]
September 12, 2020

The Unmerciful Servant

Forgiveness is an extraordinary gift to offer and receive; it is life-changing and provides hope beyond anything that can be imagined.  It is a response which Jesus’ followers are invited […]
September 5, 2020

The Lost Ones….

In the last few years we have watched the news and seen images of refugees fleeing across the Mediterranean in small boats; and watched the unravelling of the wars around […]
August 29, 2020

Take Up Your Cross…

A friend of mine reminded me recently how many Christians today believe morality means being neutral, polite and non-committal so we don’t hurt anyone’s feelings.  Jesus’ rebuke to Simon Peter […]
August 22, 2020

Who Am I?

I was intrigued by someone talking on TV recently, about their identity and the multiple personas they found.  I thought I’d do the same and googled my name.  I’m sure […]
August 15, 2020

Taking A Knee

There is an extraordinary poem written by Dr Leah Schade, a minister in the Lutheran Church in the US called: ‘The Canaanite Woman Took a Knee’ which this week has […]
August 10, 2020

Hope in Times of Despair

During this week I have been praying about the dreadful explosion in Beirut, and for the people affected by the horror of this latest disaster.  I have also been remembering […]
July 18, 2020

Shining a Light into our Darkness

A few years ago I was driving home late one night listening to the radio after attending a function in Perth.  The host was speaking to a man working in […]
July 11, 2020

The Gleanings of the Field

About 18 years ago, my father asked me if I had considered being ordained as a priest.  I remember the occasion vividly as I was packing up to come back […]