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Words and the Word

Creating and sustaining God, as we meditate upon your word to us in scripture may your Living Word once again dwell in us that we might shine as your light in the world. Amen. “It’s only words, and words are … Continue reading

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A light in the darkness

The following is my sermon for Midnight Mass at St Michael’s Parish Church, Landrake. As you will see, I concentrate on the reading from St John’s Gospel: Loving Lord, as we meditate on your Word may you be once again … Continue reading

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Christmas with the Black Dog

I know, I know, it’s not Christmas yet. It’s not even Advent yet. But today I wrote the first of my Church Newsletter and Christmas Card pieces for the upcoming seasonal period, so I’ve had Christmas on the brain a … Continue reading

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Discombobulation (or Have Yourself a Merry Christmas!)

This post is being written from my BlackBerry App since we are currently away from Cambridge and I don’t have internet access in our current location (other than the BB!) Currently we are at Mrs Nomad’s mum’s, which is in … Continue reading

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