Monthly Archives: January 2017

Keep it Reel: Kung Fu Panda

Po does not look like your traditional martial arts expert, and certainly not like the honoured Dragon Warrior, and yet somehow he ends up being ‘anointed’ as the one. The day has come for the new Dragon Warrior to be … Continue reading

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Candlemas Cluedo

Most of us enjoy a good Murder Mystery, whether it is the traditional Miss Marple type sleuth, cult teen Scooby Doo gang of sleuths, the quirky, eccentricity of ¬†Jonathon Creek ¬†or the post-modern Sherlock Holmes re-boot type sleuth, we love … Continue reading

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Epiphany 3: Let’s go fishing

  Sometimes the message we have to give isn’t the message people want to hear. Sometimes we have to protect ourselves as the old adage ‘don’t shoot the messenger’ becomes dangerously close to the truth. Sometimes it isn’t the message … Continue reading

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Epiphany 2: Chosen and called

We have a guest writer today! Mary Kells is training for ordination and currently on placement with me, and this is what she graced us with this morning, based on today’s lectionary readings Isaiah 49: 17, 1 Corinthians 1:1-9 and … Continue reading

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