Monthly Archives: January 2012

In Memory #HolocaustMemorialDay #NeverAgain

Today, just now in fact, the Cambridge Theological Federation came together to collectively remember the 11 million victims of the Holocaust and all those who have been victims of genocide. There is so much I could say, but in the … Continue reading

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Go West

As any reader of this blog is likely to have noticed, I consider myself a West Country Boy. I wasn’t born and bred there, but I do think of myself as having grown up there. It’s certainly where I call … Continue reading

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To the glory of God

As anyone reading this blog regularly will know, today is the day the committee meets to station those of us who finish our initial training to be Presbyters in the Methodist Church this summer. Anyone who read my previous post … Continue reading

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Put me to what you will…

Tomorrow, my world changes. Tomorrow, everything I’ve come here to Cambridge for becomes a whole lot more real and focussed. As mentioned in this post, tomorrow is when those of us who are scheduled to leave Cambridge and the other … Continue reading

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