Author Archives: Kath

On living through black dog weeks…

It’s been one of those dark head black dog kind of weeks. I haven’t had one for a while which is why I was surprised and somewhat annoyed when it came along. Right now there are shafts of light in … Continue reading

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Revillaging.

My friend Adele has got me thinking again. Good friends have a habit of doing that. She is all about the term revillaging right now. In a similar vein to the need to rewild and get back to nature she’s … Continue reading

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Thoughts from a long walk…

I sit in an ancient oak-beamed Sussex pub (as always props to Adrian Plass for capturing Sussex joys so well). Before me a pint of beer sits on the table. Locals chat around me as I wait for the food … Continue reading

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Clinging to Summer…

I hold off Autumns chill, the dying death, The golden, bright decay. The all encompassing beauty of endings. I hold it at a distance and raise my face to the September sun, I soak in the warmth, the brilliant blue … Continue reading

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Saying goodbye…

Today I went to the funeral of a 93 year old friend. We’d only known each other for the last year or so. She was a member of our church, housebound in the time I knew her. I hung out … Continue reading

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My first love…

It was love at first sight, the evening we drove up from London, two friends and I, escaping the noise and claustrophobia of summer in the city. It was love at first sight as I drove into the twilight Up … Continue reading

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20 years of friendship…

20 years ago The start of ‘Relay’ training. The start of a year out programme that was fairly impossible to explain to anyone, um, a year of discipleship, helping CU’s in universities, helping people learn about God, encouraging students, reading … Continue reading

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