Tag Archives: Canon Andrew

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)  to preach about that little word “faith” last week. The process proved to be one of the toughest battles … 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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Terrorism hasn’t died, so let us pray

When my husband and I heard the news yesterday morning, our immediate thoughts were that Bin Ladin’s death puts a lot of people in a lot of places, at greater risk. Then yesterday afternoon we received this message from Canon … Continue reading

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Technical Update

At various points in past months I’ve worried about the capabilities of my old Palm, partially converted information to Googlemail and Google Calendar but then not been able to access it. There’s also been the anti-virus question – though Gs … Continue reading

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My ‘unconverted’ state

I’ve just posted on the Mothers’ Union site about Canon Andrew White’s latest venture being into the world of blogging, so to save repeating myself completely I refer you there: the children that empower and inspire I personally find this … Continue reading

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