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Expect Hope to be in Conflict with Darkness


We are down to just a few more days before Christmas is here. The radio, TV, and internet advertising have all been telling us how many days we have left to spend our cash and get that perfect gift. For... Continue Reading →

God is not Passive Aggressive!


These past few days have been difficult days for many. Last Friday, in Sandy Hook School in Newtown, CT., darkness fell upon many hearts and shattered the bright light in the eyes of God’s youngest hands and feet. Since that... Continue Reading →

Do Missional Writers Wear Camel hair?


The Church in the world today faces many challenges. For many those, challenges are rooted in declining church attendance, lagging membership roles, declining giving, ageing buildings, and diocesan [insert your own governing body here]  pressure to perform better. For many clergy the... Continue Reading →

Can’t Wash the Deacon Out ….


“At the end of life we will not be judged by how many diplomas we have received, how much money we have made, how many great things we have done. We will be judged by "I was hungry, and you... Continue Reading →

Who Do You Think You Are?


What a week this has been! And we are not done yet.  I have wanted to put my thoughts to blog, but it has been difficult to find a moment to sit and write. What drove me to sit down... Continue Reading →

Am I a Loving Christian? – Ask my Neighbour!


I have been reading Brian McLaren for some time now, so I was interested to read his latest book, Why did Jesus. Moses, the Buddha, and Mohammed Cross the Road? This book was fittingly released this week on September 11... Continue Reading →

Surely we must speak for peace…


I have been reading news reports about the shootings in Colorado. The story is so tragic and the violence seems so unspeakable. The interesting side story is the gun culture in America and the binary way in which people of... Continue Reading →

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