Endings are a part of living. They mark out chapters of change, create divides, place fractures between a now and a then. There are so many endings in our lives. And so many fractures. Bits […]
Once upon a time, a people lived in fear.In all the world they lived in, they sought for Love drawn near.They knew that Love was full and true, was certain and was deep;They knew it […]
In the past two days, 800+ people have died in the UK from Covid19. Their funerals will be attended only by immediate family members. Many more deaths are expected. In the midst of such loss, […]
It helps, now and then, to step back and take a long view.The Kingdom is not only beyond our efforts,it is even beyond our vision. We accomplish in our lifetime only a tiny fraction of […]
I am still finding myself caught up in a moment from a couple of weeks ago, when we were asked by Revd Sam Corley to turn to John 22. He waited for us to return […]
Small metaphorical alarm bells sound in my head on Wednesday evening as I find myself at community group struggling to keep focused. If there is such a thing as ‘present without leave’ then I am […]
In 2017, I took my last flight. I knew before I went to Vienna with my friend Amy that it was going to be my last flight. I had already reached the point of active […]
What makes us worthy? That we are God’s.
half-baked thoughts on the metaphysics of hope
Another year has gone. Once again I find myself amazed and bewildered by how much can change, and yet how quickly change turns into routine. 18 months out and Cambridge is already ‘two lives’ ago. […]
What does it mean to say ‘My Lord’?