Monthly Archives: November, 2015

World Aids Day

Whilst watching television last night my grandson asked me why all the people were wearing red ribbons. I then started to explain, about an infection that invades the body and destroys the good cells that make us better. I recalled my experience working as a nurse Zambia in 1990, when having the HIV virus was …

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Treasured memories for Healing

My mind is full of things I have to do today. Prepare for Sunday services, phone calls I need to make, magazine articles to prepare for Churches, together with all those little household chores, and take the dog out for his walk I don’t know about you but every day I write my to-do list.(I think …

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Prayer for Humanity

Humanity cries are louder now Lord, Paris, Beirut and now Kenya. No words can express how we feel. Anger, frustration. Young women studying In a university, a so called safe place , now becomes a place of fear More than ever Lord we need to feel you close to us , As you are close …

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Paris and Beirut Bombings… Psalm 79

Yet again, the world is reeling with the devastation of the Paris bombing and also the bombs in Beirut. Lives seem dispensable, disposable and the world cries with those who mourn. It reminds me of Psalm 79, verses 1,3 ‘O God, the nations have come into your inheritance; they have defiled your holy temple; they have …

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Prayer for Paris

A prayer for Paris Lord, help us not become complacent in praying for peace. help us to pray for a peace which is beyond all human understanding. On this day as we see and hear the images on the media of the devastation in Paris. we pray for those who are grieving Lord grant them peace …

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God and Retinitis Pigmentosa

'A flickering light is dimming', A Theological reflection to expectant sight loss

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living faith in the secular world

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spirituality, sustainability, hospitality and community

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a gift of joy and wonder in all god's works

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