A very unusual thing happened to me today. During a debate on twitter about women priests and bishops I was called liberal. This is a first for me! Now much as I love the West Wing – I personally have never liked the term liberal, neither do I consider myself liberal. Far from it. Now… Continue reading Illiberal liberalism
In our society it seems that we are fast becoming devoid of God. It’s seems that everyone’s pursuit is in self-gratification. It’s about ‘who I am’ and not about ‘who anybody else is’. We have a world that worships self without regard to another person. But the reality of it all is that we live… Continue reading E100 Judges (a sermon)
I’ve just got back from two of our 3 services today (we bought in hired help for the BCP 8am as I had to drop Ratryn at the coach station). Our more traditional service went well, as far as I can tell – I felt like we worshipped together and though numbers were low, it… Continue reading When Worship ‘Goes Wrong’
Ratryn is off on her first Arrow Leadership residential tomorrow. You can read about how she’s getting on with arrow here I am really excited for her, I did the Arrow programme myself back in 2009-10 and its the single most foundational thing I have done on terms om my leadership and living a fully… Continue reading All alone.
The Beaker folk of Husborn Crawley tweeted a link to their blog about the dire state of our Church Blogs in England. This is indeed a worthy cause and one worth responding to – I urge you to get behind his campaign. But…..I also acknowledge the difficulty of blogging in our Churches. For in these days of… Continue reading The trouble with regular Blogging. A response to the Beaker Folk.
Welcome if you’ve just landed here from the old Blogspot site. I’ve moved to wordpress because it is a better and more versatile platform for blogging. Also it seems to me a likely hood that Blogger will soon be subsisted into the pointless Google+ environment. Having closed my G+ account during the public beta I… Continue reading New Home