Monthly Archives: April 2012

Vocation Sunday Sermon

A different take perhaps The central feature of the Christian faith is our belief that God has revealed what he is like uniquely and, some including myself would say, exclusively in Jesus Christ. In short, Jesus for Christians – and … Continue reading

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An Evangelical Apology

I wrote this to an individual after an encounter. It is rough and ready; and offered in a spirit of grace. To a sister on my journey (reflections used with permission) I am basically an evo (an evangelical). I am … Continue reading

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the wild places and borderlands

I have just returned from Scotland. Just inside really. We have a cottage in a village near Annan. Annan is the place which the Scottish poet, Robert Burns called the ‘wild place’. I am not sure but it is borderland. … Continue reading

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Simply bumbling along

I had a wonderful Lent, Holy Week and Easter. We did lots of good stuff together, which can be found elsewhere on this blog. One day I promise to ‘tidy the blog up’ a little. This Easter week has been … Continue reading

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Fully Alive

Some small reflections that will be offered in Bartley Green on the Second Sunday of Easter Fully alive. 2nd of Easter

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Jesus’ Aunt

There are so many of us that it is easy to get us confused. I am normally called by my husband’s name; the wife of Clopas. I am a follower of Jesus. I am proud to be identified with him. … Continue reading

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My brother, Jesus

He was a year older than me. We played together in the carpenter’s shop. Our hands were skilled at the plane and the lathe. He got to do things before I did, taken to the Temple, learning the Torah, his … Continue reading

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