The Prospect of a Feast
The prospect of a feast. The absence of abundance. Do we have enough? Feeding the child. Reimagining Sabbath. Feast of life.
The meal and the feast. Exploring the feast.
Feeding stories. Feeding and feasting. Feeding the multitude. Feeding 5,000. Feeding 4,000.
What happened next.
Why this story is important.
How does Jesus feed us? Bread of life. Bread for today. Bread for the journey.
Why we find it hard to believe. Hungry people. Why we starve ourselves.
How we learn from Jesus. What we learn from Jesus.
The way of Jesus. Learning to imagine abundance for ourselves and take action toward making it real.
How we learn to ask. How we learn not to ask.
Recognising our hunger. Learning how we are fed. The downside of dependence. Fall. Clearing the table. Learning to feed ourselves. Sleeping with bread.
Learning to feed together. What do I have in my hands? What do we have in our hands? The importance of enough. The benefits of abundance. Enough to begin.
The Feast of the Kingdom
The feast of the kingdom. The meaning of abundance. Abundance for all we are. For every part of ourselves.
Visions of abundant life. Exploring abundance.
The gift of abundance. Paying attention to the gift. Gift and blessing. Celebrating abundance.
Honey as abundance. Exploring honey as an image of abundance.
The Fragment and the Whole
The fragment and the whole. The generous God. The Way of Jesus. The Eucharistic Process. Undermining the process.
The feast to which I am invited. The invitation offered. The grateful guest. Celebrating abundance.
Abundance in place of want. Eucharistic people.
The Feast to Which All Are Invited
Imagining abundance for others. The feast to which ALL are invited.
Learning to give bread. Abundance for all. The invitation refused.
Leaders who point to abundance. The task of spiritual leaders.
The hunger of shepherds. The shape of our powerlessness. Empty hands. How many loaves do we have? Bread in our hands.
Feeding the flock. Bread for the journey. Lead us to life. Leave no one behind.
Sharing the feast.