Category Archives: Discipleship

Holy Week 2015 – Wednesday: And it was night

John 13:21-32 21 After he had said this, Jesus was troubled in spirit and testified, ‘Very truly I tell you, one of you is going to betray me.’ 22 His disciples stared at one another, at a loss to know which of them … 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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The interview with God

This was sent to me by our friend Nora. The interview with God I dreamed I had an interview with God. “So you would like to interview me?” God asked. ​“If you have the time,” I said. God smiled. “My … Continue reading

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Practise Resurrection

Practise Resurrection How, you might ask, can we practise resurrection? Is resurrection not something that happened to Jesus 2000 years ago (so some people say), and if it is to happen to us at all, is it not something that … Continue reading

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Celebrating Easter

Some thoughts from my Priestfield Easter Blog. Easter as a Season ‘Easter’ is a word that can carry a range of meanings. Sometimes we use it to include all the special events that took place in Jerusalem around the time … Continue reading

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Lent – Ash Wednesday Material

This year we decided to hold our Ash Wednesday Service at 9-9.30pm in the hope it might suit some students. Thankfully our ‘regulars’ continued to turn up and so did some of our students – around 30 people in all. … Continue reading

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Independence & Nationalism

I’ve been quiet over the last couple of weeks because I’ve been thinking. Struggling to think might be a better way of putting it. There have been a lot of statements in recent days from both Scottish and Westminster politicians … Continue reading

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