It’s been a while…

Last night I tried to upload a countdown clock into my blog – dismal failure on my part! The truth is, I am getting just a tiny bit excited, for John and I will be celebrating our Ruby Wedding Anniversary in 23 days’ time. Well, I say celebrate… In the climate of the Coronavirus pandemic,…

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The last week…

“ A week is a long time in politics” ( Harold Wilson, Prime Minister of Great Britain, approx 1963) By any reference point you choose, this has been an extraordinary week here in the UK.  From government suggestions and guidelines right through to orders to close all places people would normally meet and gather this…

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Listening Well

  Not posted in a while, as the last few months have been exceptionally difficult. My lovely mum has had not one but two major falls, the first one resulting in a fractured skull and bleeding on the brain, the second one onto exactly the same place on the back of her head, under highly…

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Just One Job …

Four Tools in God’s hand… A storm, a fish, a plant and a worm. Been meditating gently on Jonah recently. I think many of us can identify with a man who tries to run away from something he feels is hard for him to do. God clearly called Jonah to preach a sermon of impending…

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Walking through Fire

Daniel chapter 3 gives us an incredible account of three men who found themselves in the middle of an inferno. It was a political inferno, instigated by those who hated Jews. It was also a very real inferno.   I believe there are several key principles in the story you probably know so well. Shadrach,…

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Three steps backwards

You have to understand, I am not an Anglican. I was raised as a Pentecostal, so now that I am worshipping at a very charismatic, community-loving, Jesus-serving local Anglican church, I don’t always know the ropes. I have to observe, listen, and watch very closely. Because sometimes, you get asked to do something a cradle-Anglican…

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