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Let’s talk about…

I have spent much of my time today down the A38 in Liskeard, attending the Presbyteral Session of District Synod. It was, as is the nature of these things, a mixed-bag of experiences, including some boredom and annoyance but overall … Continue reading

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Methodical Reasoning

The following post first appeared in the Methodist Recorder on 24th April 2014, as part of their “Methodism’s for Me” series. My thanks to them both for commissioning the article in the first place and then reckoning it was good … Continue reading

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Call and Response

Wow, I haven’t blogged in so long! Maybe I need to undertake a repeat of last year’s (failed) Easter exercise. Anyway, it has been a busy (overly busy, perhaps) time since I last blogged, and part of that busy-ness has … Continue reading

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Tom Daley, The God In The Closet, and The Scandal of Coming Out…

Originally posted on Lost in Wonder, Love, and Praise:
“O Lord, you have searched me and known me. You know when I sit down and when I rise up; you discern my ¬†thoughts from far away. You search out my…

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Godly Drama

One of the things Probationer Presbyters and Deacons in the Methodist Church are required to do is to set aside time for on-going study. This is done with a variety of success, for a variety of reasons. Some of the … Continue reading

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Stretching Out

I was asked to preach this evening at the annual Local Preachers’ Meeting Communion Service. As someone who has not, in the grand scheme of things, been preaching all that long to be asked to do this in a brand … 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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