Monthly Archives: March 2009

Railway of the Cross

A fantastic story from the Talyllyn Railway, which was the first steam line that we ever took young Chris on. The Church Times is reporting how the line will be providing all 14 stations of the cross on Good Friday. … Continue reading

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Trees and Preaching

I’ve just read this and found it links quite closely to some thoughts I’ve been having in regard to my placement parish and themes of ‘change’ and the ‘Kingdom of God’. I suspect it might be a useful reflection when … Continue reading

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Note to self – loading a ‘theme’

From skype with Alec, to load a theme into the Mothers’ Union blog: control panel at Zen you are looking for a directory called “wp” subdirectories wp-content/themes, or similar the zipfile content needs to be unpacked and put in there. … Continue reading

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Where we lack knowledge

Two things happened yesterday which involved me simply not knowing enough to have avoided the problem. Firstly, a call from my son Chris’s school explained that the reason I had not had an invoice for his Grade 3 Oboe exam … Continue reading

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Mothers’ Union

Just done something I’ve been meaning to do since I started this: create a page relating to how so much of my life, including this blog, has come out of my journey of discovery with God through Mothers’ Union. I … Continue reading

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