Reflections

Reflections on Faith and Discipleship

Today, many people feel uncertain and afraid of the future, and Christians often feel the same. At Stirling Theological College we believe that we need to fix our eyes on Jesus, looking to him for hope and comfort and new life. To help our whole learning community focus on Jesus, we have invited faculty, pastors, theologians, and other Christian leaders to contribute to this series of meditations and reflections, which will be added to each week. They ask: “How do we live as Jesus’ followers and disciples at this time? How can God’s people practise faith, hope, love, courage, and compassion during these difficult times?” These are difficult times, and we are called to be God’s people who witness to his love and service and hope. We pray that these reflections will draw you closer into the love of Jesus and the hope which we have received.

Please click on the links below to be taken to the reflections.

Reflection 2: What it means to belong (27 March 2020, Sarah Bacaller)

Reflection 1: Three thoughtful practices for centring in hard times (24 March 2020, Dr Brian Macallan)