05th Oct. 2020
A bit of a wobble
In her latest blog, Chaplain Marion Carson asks: “Why is it good for our faith to be tested?”
21st Aug. 2020
Daring to hope
“Where people have lost hope, we dare to hope on their behalf,” says our Chaplain Marion in her latest blog, which focusses on our street outreach.
06th Aug. 2020
The ‘Nazareth Manifesto’ and me
Our Chaplain Marion Carson reflects on Luke 4 in her latest blog, and its call to take our gaze off of ourselves and back to God.
16th Jul. 2020
Mental health and Covid-19
Our latest blog explores the comfort we can receive from the Holy Spirit in the midst of struggles with our mental health.
02nd Jul. 2020
Hospitality, asylum and distress
Our Chief Executive, Charles Maasz, reflects on the tragic events of last Friday.
26th Jun. 2020
The sower and the seeds
The parable of the sower in the Bible shows that those who follow Jesus’ teaching have a responsibility to create fertile space so that others can join us, take root and flourish.
11th Jun. 2020
The transforming Spirit of God
We have been thinking about the feast of Pentecost in Acts chapter 2. At Glasgow City Mission it is our privilege to welcome people from all over the world – as we do so we are seeing the Holy Spirit at work
26th May. 2020
Longing to see you
In her latest blog, our Chaplain Marion Carson reflects on the importance of relationships and the longing we have to see one another again.
21st May. 2020
Everyone home: leaving homelessness behind
This is a moment in time in which much can be achieved. Housing, homes and community are central to the success of Scotland and through projects such as ‘Everyone Home’ we will keep pushing to improve the situation. Charles, our Chief Exec, writes about being part of the Everyone Home Project.
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