In his last reflection, the Archbishop suggests that we can find hope as we let Christ lead us into his kingdom of justice and peace, here in this life, and also beyond it.
The Archbishop shares his hope that in 2021 we might slow down to God's pace and find a different way of living sustainably with each other and with our planet. This is the eighth reflection in the Our Hope is Found series.
The Archbishop encourages people to have a generosity of heart, an ability to forgive and to find mercy, which can bring the hope that our world is in need of.
In his sixth reflection, Archbishop Stephen encourages us to encounter Christ wherever we are.
The Archbishop shares a prayer used by Mother Teresa of Calcutta, asking God to shine on us so we can shine his light on others.
In this fourth reflection the Archbishop considers how a flock of starlings move and work together and hopes that our communities can do the same.
The Archbishop reads a poem by Judith Wright in the third reflection on the theme 'Our Hope is Found'.
In his second reflection encouraging hope, Archbishop Stephen recites the poem 'In the Hands of God' by Frances Ridley Havergal.
The first reflection from the Archbishop in a series throughout January on the theme of 'Our Hope is Found'
NEWS - The Archbishop is sharing short reflections throughout January 2021 on the theme, ‘Our Hope is Found’.
Our Hope is Found Reflections
Throughout the month of January Archbishop Stephen is offering twice weekly video reflections on the theme of 'Our Hope is Found'. You can view the reflections here