Monthly Archives: June 2013

Different Kinds of Talking, or None and a Re-orientation on God

Last Saturday at the Archdeaconry Synod there was some discussion about the Archdeaconry retreat. Some said it was too expensive, some said it was at the wrong time for them and so on. These were all practical matters that could … Continue reading

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Anger, its Uses and Abuses

Reflection 23rd June 2013   In the book I’m reading as part of my education in French, we are up to the chapter on ‘anger’. The premise of the book is that all emotions are good and useful. The question … Continue reading

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What ‘Evan Almighty’ Taught Me about Being Church

One of the movies that is on high rotation on our ‘Movie Channel’ is ‘Evan Almighty’. This movie tells the story of a congressman (Evan) who is being asked to sponsor a bill, that ends up being corrupt. But before … Continue reading

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What a ‘Ministerial Review’ Made Me Think About

Reflection 9th June 2013     I have just had what is called a ‘ministerial Review’. This is where I answer some questions about the work here, and some members of the congregation answer some questions and then I talk … Continue reading

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