Monthly Archives: June 2011

Up close and personal with God’s creation

My husband and I have a bit of a thing about insects. If we can get up close to them, we love to photograph them, as only that way can you see the beautiful detail and colouring that so many … Continue reading

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Creating stories that build trust in God – Genesis 41:15-30 and 39-40

Joseph. Joseph of “Technicolour Dream-coat” fame. The ‘leading man’ in one of the best stories in the Bible. Born to be talked about, and even sung about. Possibly tall, dark and handsome. Definitely, the focus of my attention on my … Continue reading

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Trusting the testimony of Christians in our Armed Forces

  On Thursday, I had the privilege of meeting, praying and worshipping with Christian members of our Armed Forces, at their main Day of Prayer event at St Clement Danes in London. I was there on behalf of Mothers’ Union … Continue reading

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Pressing the pause button – intermissio

There are all sorts of reasons why people need to pause, take time out to think and re-assess (the past, present or future – usually the connection between all three). For Christian’s that process involves holding ourselves before God, and … Continue reading

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Under the gaze of God: Confession for Pentecost – Acts 2:1-12

We normally have an awesome open-air service for Pentecost out in the blazing sunshine. This year we had what I’m told was an awesome service… inside! It fell to me to lead this year, with a Reader colleague preaching using … Continue reading

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Fighting for creative space

In blogging terms it’s been a draught patch where much of what I’ve been experiencing and reflecting on hasn’t been stuff I could blog about. There are other reasons, but some of this has been because a good friend and ‘mother … Continue reading

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