Mourned - Luke 23:27-31
Mourned. The ninth of fifteen words on Jesus' way to the Cross.
The ninth of our Lent reflections gets to the heart of what is happening in Luke 23:27-31.
Helped - Mark 15:21
The eighth of fifteen words on Jesus' way to the Cross.
The eighth of our Lent reflections considers the impact that a 'random man' can have on the stories we read...
Bearing - John 19
Bearing. The seventh word on Jesus' way to the Cross.
Our seventh Lent reflection explores some of the themes that John unpacks in his passion narrative, in John 19:6, 15-17
Children and Mental Health
At London City Mission we’ve been caring for the whole-life health of children and young people since long before awareness days and hashtags, because we believe that London Needs Jesus.
Crowned - John 19:1-3
Crowned. The sixth of fifteen words on Jesus' way to the Cross.
The sixth of our Lent reflections ponders the topsy-turvey nature of Jesus' crown of thorns, as recorded in John 19:1-3.
What the gospel isn't
Our latest edition of Changing London unpacks what the gospel is and so we thought it would also be a good idea to also look at what it isn’t. Here’s an exclusive training bible study from one of our training managers, Felix Aremo.
Three decades on
Steve Nichols works in Croydon alongside New Life Christian Centre to help share the gospel with the least reached in the local area.
Judged - Mark 15
Judged. The fifth word on Jesus' way to the Cross.
Our fifth Lent reflection digs into what it means to be Judged, as Jesus stands before Pilate in Mark 15.
Denied - Matthew 26:69-75
Denied. The fourth of fifteen words on Jesus' way to the Cross.
The fourth of our Lent reflections touches on Peter's denial that he knew Jesus, and is based on Mathew 26:69-75.
Condemned - Luke 22:66-71
Condemned. The third of fifteen words on Jesus way to the Cross.
The third of our Lent reflections considers the power of the condemnation Jesus faced, by pondering Luke 22:66-71, and what it means to us today.