Monthly Archives: April 2016

Loving when it’s tough.

I was chucked out of the school choir when my age was still counted in single digits. Since then I have tried to hide my voice by singing somewhere deep down in my boots. An hour spent with the very … Continue reading

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Time to wake up, Tabitha!

Everyone thinks that Tabitha has died. They are wailing and mourning in that passionate, and loud, Middle Eastern way and she doesn’t stir. They have even washed her and ‘laid her out’ ready for burial, and still she doesn’t move … Continue reading

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Who are you Lord?

They don’t recognise him. Despite having spent three years side by side, eating together, sleeping together, preaching and learning together, the man on the shore might as well be a stranger. Ironically the stranger by the shore is probably the … Continue reading

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