Something I pray:
Take me where
you want me to go,
Let me meet
who you want me to meet,
Tell me what
you want me to say,
And keep me out of your way.
(Revd Mychal Judge OFM
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Monthly Archives: January 2012
Dear Member of General Synod I don’t normally write to those I don’t know about matters of concern, but as a General Synod representative I hope you don’t mind me contacting you regarding the forthcoming debates on Women Bishop’s, particularly … Continue reading
It seems that I’m getting to preach alcohol related sermons. My last sermon involved a bottle of champagne; today’s started with me making sloe gin and went on to feature terracotta pots! It was also the first that I can remember when … Continue reading
Well the news that I outlined in my morning addenda to yesterday’s post are confirmed by the photograph’s I took an hour ago. Work is progressing fast on construction of the film set for the feature film RUSH. It would … Continue reading
Well, it seems I thought wrong. Apparently you don’t need an accurate proposal to get a planning application granted. On Thursday 12th January Hart District Council enabled its planning officer to approve ‘on the nod’ (without the matter going to … Continue reading
Today was the day. An appropriate day – if you know me well, you’ll know why It was the day that the two kilo sweet jar was dragged from the back of the shed cupboard, and the husband sacrificed an … Continue reading
I’ve been aware recently of various conversations about Reader Ministry on a thread of conversation at Lay Anglicana. A while back Doug Chaplin also blogged on why we bother with Reader’s in the C of E, and to some extent it’s relationship … Continue reading
Well, people’s hopes and fears have been raised. Yet it seems that it’s actually going to be poor planning, or more accurately a poorly prepared planning proposal, that may actually be the ultimate cause of the failure of the application to … Continue reading
The debate about the planning proposal for the filming of scenes for the feature film RUSH is becoming more public now that the Christmas holidays are over. At the suggestion of County Councillor, David Simpson, a ‘stakeholder’ meeting with the … Continue reading
Mothers’ Union banners are often seen in churches around the country. The older ones tend to show lilies, and/or a representation of Mary with Jesus. The more modern one’s often reflect images of modern family life, perhaps combined with the … Continue reading