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Forgive us our trespasses…..

This is not so much a testimony of what God is doing in my life right now, it is more of a confession. I confess that I am angry, and have been angry for a while. I am angry that … Continue reading

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Say a Little Prayer for me.

If you are a user of social media, then you can’t help but notice how much more people seem to be praying nowadays. Cute pictures and sad pictures on Facebook often come with the caption ‘don’t scroll down without typing … Continue reading

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Advent 2: Clearing away the Christmas Clutter

Once upon a time there was a girl named Merry who was engaged to a man named Christmas. They were very happy together until an angel told them that Merry was going to give birth to an elf and that Christmas … Continue reading

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Soul Food: Petertide

The feast of St Peter is well worth celebrating. The Christian church is founded upon Peter  ‘the rock’ and his infectious faith – infectious in the sense that Peter got things wrong so often, and yet Jesus still forgave him and … Continue reading

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Keep it Reel: Home

During the Easter holidays I took my daughters to see Home. We laughed a lot as the alien Oh discovered all that life on earth could offer – you might say ‘life in all its fullness’ – the promise that … Continue reading

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Soul Food: My Lenten Lapse (oops!)

This week I received some painful news. It happens from time to time, an it’s not the news so much as how we handle it. I found myself walking through the churchyard praying ‘Sorry God, I’m going to break my … Continue reading

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The Light Between Oceans

A boat washes up on the shore of a remote lighthouse keeper’s island. It holds a dead man and a crying baby. The only two islanders, Tom and his wife Izzy, are about to make a devastating decision. They break … Continue reading

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