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
Well, after much indecision and other faffing about I have finally come to a solution to my over-hyped blog naming question. Herewith is my new blog – all the Curate’s Egg Blogposts and comments have been imported and to all intents and purposes this is the same blog. However mirroring it and deleting the old… Continue reading Welcome to Waxing My Knees
OK, after much indecision I have finally decided to acknowledge the will of the handful of folk who read this – half of whom voted for a name change – and rename this blog. However as I am loath to lose what followers I have I’ve decided to mirror this blog to a new url… Continue reading All Change
I know, its old hat – but a debate has kicked off in the rectory about my renaming and reverting of the name of this blog. As discussed previously here & here. So over to my 3 (apparently I underestimated) readers to decide. Shall I rename – vote now using the poll in the side… Continue reading A Poll
Well Happy New Year to both my readers! OK, so yet again I am a little behind the times on things. If you read this regularly you’ll know I am not in the habit of making resolutions. But this year it is an intention to get serious about this blogging lark or to give it… Continue reading Happy (belated) New Year
This post is the second in an unintentional series on politics the first post is It’s nearly over. If you’ve read my last post you will know that I find it uncomfortable when Church Leaders are strongly directive or supportive of one particular political party. I’ve talked already about the potential in such a position… Continue reading Pride & Prejudice…the last acceptably hated group