2020 will be a year that we will never forget and 2021 is starting in the same mould, although let’s pray that we remember it as the year that the pandemic is brought under control.
On New Year’s Eve I stood on my 15th floor balcony and watched the fireworks.
Sam has helpfully been encouraging us in his recent prayers to note synergies between the waiting which Advent entails and our current experiences in the pandemic.
So this is Christmas. And, asked John and Yoko, what have you done?
When I moved to America in 2005, I was familiar with the phrase ‘culture wars,’ but I was yet to experience it first-hand.
Happy New Year! Today marks the first Sunday in the liturgical year of Mark.
The liturgical or church year ends today, there are probably a number of other things we would like to end today, but let’s not go there.
Did you know that the word vaccine comes from the Latin vaccinus – pertaining to a cow.
What a week to be writing this: