Monthly Archives: January 2009

Theology, evil and forgiveness

Today, I’ve spent some time ‘nesting’ pages under the heading theology, and included two of the essays that I have written during the course of my training. They feature a couple of really tough subjects – how God can allow … Continue reading

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Technical Questions

OK – so I’ve done a little more work today, so now you can see my face as well as my hat! What I want to do is have the page currently titled ‘Welcome’ as the first page that is … Continue reading

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Great British Garden Bird Watch

Yesterday morning I spent my first tea drinking time of the day sat in the french windows for an hour, doing my bit for the RSPB sats. The idea is to log the maximum number of each species you see … Continue reading

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Give Generously

A assessed sermon I gave as part of a series of sermons in our church on how Christians should seek to manage their money – a timely theme given the current economic crisis… Continue reading

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Hello world This experiment aims to do two things: Firstly to get me used to using WordPress as a Web/Blog tool before using it to create a new website for Mothers’ Union in the Diocese of Winchester – currently we’re … Continue reading

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Something therapeutic

There is something very therapeutic about trying to ‘capture’ a little bit of what makes you ‘you’ for the purposes of sharing with anyone with a passing interest in your view on the world. I’ve just written a ‘page’ about … Continue reading

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