Truth

Truth What is truth? Today in society it might be a little difficult to pin down what is true and what is not, because it seems to be a pretty slippery thing. What was true yesterday may no be so today. Often as history is examined under the lens of...

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Is love all there is?

Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church (USA) preached at the recent wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the newly titled Duke and Duchess of Sussex. In doing so he may well have spoke into many homes and lives of those who profess no faith or no Christian...

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What is fame?… and should I seek it?

So Declan Donnelly has managed it – he presented, the last show recorded at ITV’s London Studios, without his 29 year on-screen partner Ant McPartlin. By all accounts it was an emotional affair and according to onlookers he ‘looked nervous to start with’ and his ‘relief afterwards was telling’. But...

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Seeking answers to FAITH

LENT—is the 40 weekdays from Ash Wednesday (the day after ‘pancake day’) through to Easter observed by many in the Christian faith across denominations as a time of preparation for the celebration of the Easter morning. Lent is also the past tense of lend, which is to give use of...

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The God ‘Experience’

I picked up a new book recently (nothing new there!) by a missionary to the Congo, Helen Roseveare (1925-2016) titled ‘ENOUGH’1. Helen strived in her work to serve her Lord every day, through many trials, and encouraging others to do the same. The book cover says this of ‘Enough’ (highlights...

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Joy Of Christmas (11.12.2018)

So, as I write this, it is six week since my ordination and induction as Minister at Gillespie Memorial Church, and these six weeks have flown by. Though I didn’t really expect anything else, starting my ministry in the run up to the Advent season and preparing for the JOY...

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