Hi, I’m Simon Lucas and I’m the Editor-in-Chief of Crossring. I also have responsibility for writing Crossring’s Daily Reading. I would like to apologise for the lack of readings in recent weeks. Unfortunately, I have not been well and have had to take a step back from the site to focus on my recovery.
Thankfully, with God’s help, I have begun on the journey to recovery, and am feeling significantly better than I was.
I believe that one of the best things I do with my time is to write the Daily Reading. I know that it helps me understand my faith and the Bible better writing the reading, and I have been greatly encouraged by the number of people who have written to me to tell me that they have been helped in their faith by the Daily Reading too.
I am happy to report that as from tomorrow morning, the Daily Reading will return. The article will appear on the site around 12am UK time, and the Daily Reading email and Twitter update will automatically be pushed out shortly afterwards. If you were previously signed up for the email or to follow us on Twitter, you need take no action.
If you would like to subscribe to the Daily Reading, now is an ideal time to start. Take a look here for all the information you need.
Finally, if you would like to write the reading from time to time, please get in touch. I will be away for five weeks this summer, and am also getting married, so there will be times when I won’t be able to write an article!
Thanks once again for all your support and encouragement. Enjoy the Daily Reading!
Simon is a teacher, writer and preacher based in London in the United Kingdom. Simon enjoys sailing, and is a keen geocacher. Simon is married to Claire.
Crossring is a community of Christians who meet together online in fellowship around the Christian faith and the Bible.
As part of our active lifestyle of prayer and Bible reading, we are currently reading a small section of the Bible together each day and sharing our responses to it with each other. We also publish a short devotional thought on a key verse or two from each day's passage to prompt prayer or reflection.