Monthly Archives: September 2011

MPhil, Part 1

This year I have the fantastic opportunity to do some research and I’m hoping to share a lot of what I’m up to here on this blog.  I share because, if you’re the “praying type”, I’d love you to pray … Continue reading

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I think I must be incredibly British!

I hate criticism, just hate it.  Don’t get me wrong, I’m painfully aware that I need to improve, in all sorts of areas.  I also know that to do this an outside opinion as to what I’m doing wrong is … Continue reading

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Frank Skinner Interview

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a blog inspired by Frank Skinner (see here).  This was originally triggered by the news that Frank Skinner was to meet the Archbishop of Canterbury.  They now have met and here is the interview.  It’s … Continue reading

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Depressing reading

Something I read today has really struck me and got me thinking about the troubles of our modern world.  It started with a friend linking me to a vicar’s blog (here) who was discussing an article on a recent Unicef report.  … Continue reading

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Guidance?

I’m currently looking at a potential curacy and trying to figure out whether or not it is where God wants me to be.  If I’m honest, for a “Charasmatic Evangelical” Christian, I really am very suspicious of most Charasmatics.  So … Continue reading

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My Grandad – The greatest of men

One year ago today, my Grandad died. There are certain moments that vividly stick in your memory.  For me, one of these is the phone call I received from my Dad with the news.  I remember stumbling over my words … Continue reading

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