Monthly Archives: March 2012

Plunging into the promise – Romans 4:13-25

I had to take my personal story of ministry and faith back 18 years, to the parish of Warfield (near Bracknell) ┬áto preach about that little word “faith” last week. The process proved to be one of the toughest battles … Continue reading

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Mothers’ Union members living with the consequences of Joseph Kony

The Mothers’ Union in the Diocese of Winchester (of which I’m currently a Trustee) is linked through the Mothers’ Union Wave of Prayer to members in Kitgum, an area of Northern Uganda that lived for decades under the influence of … Continue reading

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…and ACTION! Filming starts on the F1 RUSH job

The cry of “…and ACTION” accompanied my extended walk around the airport at Blackbushe today, as filming finally started on RUSH, the new Ron Howard film celebrating the F1 season of 1976.   Now I remember 1976 as being a … Continue reading

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