Monthly Archives: January 2013

‘…I bear on my body the marks of Jesus.’

Today, the Chaplaincy Team had the joy of visiting the base of the RC Chaplaincy – St Albert the Great, run by the Dominican Order. In the garden, a stunning  new Chapel has been built to accommodate a lively worshipping … Continue reading

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Wonderstruck – at polar bears

I’ve been receiving Facebook posts and emails from Margaret Feinberg’s PR folks for months now in anticipation of, and after, the publication of her new book Wonderstruck (link below). Not only is there a book but there’s also a study pack with … Continue reading

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Thanks Lord – and now the dancing: 25 years on

The laughter is making its way to me as I write: five old girlfriends from university days, now fiftysomethings, are catching up the day after the night before. It’s good to hear, and confirms my thought that we are so … Continue reading

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How God Became King – 3 Inadequate answers.

I am posting this because I signed up for a reading group called ‘Let the reader understand’ which is first of all reading and reflecting on Tom Wright’s (NTW) book How God became King, so to help me get a handle on … Continue reading

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‘That woman has some big heart.’

That’s what we said when we saw the BBC’s DIY SOS Big Build from Huntingdon. ‘That woman’ is Julie Jones, a single mother with three grown up sons whose best friend was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour. But before … Continue reading

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Sometimes…

So, Borgen has started again (spoiler alert!), and it was a very moving and powerful first episode relating to the war in Afghanistan in which the PM changed her mind amid the pain and grief of the loss of life. … Continue reading

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How God became King – 2

I am posting this because I signed up for a reading group called ‘Let the reader understand’ which is first of all reading and reflecting on Tom Wright’s (NTW) book How God became King, so to help me get a handle … Continue reading

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