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Tonight

The end of a long weepy kind of day. A series of these days has left me weak and weary. Tonight I sit after a long shower, fresh clothes to remind me that I am not just the wearer of … Continue reading

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This morning…

This morning I drove through the crisp autumn air to my parents house for a quiet morning. A morning where I could sit in their summer house, walk their labyrinth and know that Nana was doing a very good job … Continue reading

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Moving on from the post camp blues

Christian conferences/camps/events are pretty weird things. Over the years I’ve attended too many than I care to admit, and I’ve noticed some progression in the way they pan out in life.  I think they started out as booster weeks, weeks … Continue reading

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Day 46 and a thankful roundup

Thankful for…. a palpable sense of the presence of the risen Jesus in our lives this weekend. Glad that he holds out his hand to walk us through this life and into the next. Thankful for vulnerability, the love our … Continue reading

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Days 31-37

New Word Alive done in style. 6 Adults, 3 Children, 1 Farmhouse. Sunshine on arrival, exploring the many rooms, sitting in the garden in the sun reading the paper. Cries of small children roaming around the garden and house, pterodactyl … Continue reading

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Psalm 104

Who rules the world?   Does technology rule the world? Can it give us what we long for? Can it give us security, food, love and more?  Can the internet really provide for my needs? Does the ever increase in … Continue reading

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Autumn

I think officially autumn is my favorite season, if not purely for the brilliant splashes of colour around the place, then for the dark nights and the chance to curl up on sofas with cups of tea and read books … Continue reading

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3/31

Early morning beach trip. Sitting talking to the Maker. Mum, Dad, the feeling of contentment that only family can bring, not having to say anything, saying anything that comes into my head, walking the  downs, reciting the old familiar Arnold … Continue reading

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Thursday

Today I sat at a table with my Relay Workers. We chatted, we read this, and we talked about the immensity of the Thursday that Jesus faced 2000 years ago. The Thursday where he took the Passover meal and made … Continue reading

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Actual Friendship

One of the things to swirl around my brain at the weekend was the genius nature of actual gospel friendship. That sounds like a very jargonified thing. But, what I mean by that is friendship that is based on the … Continue reading

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