What does it mean to live faithfully, hopefully and lovingly as a Christian today, finding and following God in the ordinary and extra-ordinary stuff of daily life? We often allow the busyness of life to push out the ‘main thing’, the gift of Jesus, Emmanuel, God with us. Being a Christian isn’t a ‘tick box’ identity nor what we do in church; as Christians we are people who choose to yield to Christ, to invite Jesus to change and shape us, to access all areas of our lives.

Starting on Sunday 12th January 2020, we are invited to step into a 21-day journey of everyday faith, hope and love. The Church of England is launching a new resource called ‘Everyday Faith’, consisting of daily reflections and prayers to help us find and follow God in our everyday lives.  It is available via emails, an app, social media, audio podcasts and can be purchased as a booklet from Church House Publishing. To sign up, go to the Church of England website or on twitter at #EverydayFaith. The materials will help us find God at work in ourselves and the world around us.

You are also invited to an ‘Inspiring Everyday Faith’ event on Monday 13th January, at Edward King House, Lincoln from 17.30. If you are someone who is passionate about finding God in everyday life and wanting to encourage others to do the same, then book your place at Eventbrite or contact [email protected]  tel: 01522 50 40 75 for more information.  This event is also posted on the events page of the diocesan website.