‘Be still and know that I am God’

Sunday 17 October 2021

Recently, I’ve found this sentence from Psalm 46 to be more comforting that I would have thought (not generally being a Psalm reader).

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What Changes – And What Doesn’t

Friday 8 October 2021

It feels like we are beginning to emerge from the pandemic into a significantly different world.

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Celebrating Harvest

Friday 1 October 2021

My childhood memories of Harvest Festivals are of staid hymns and tins of soup and sweetcorn – I wasn’t a big fan.

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Friday 24 September 2021

It’s been quite a long haul, but I have finally finished reading all 974 pages of Dostoevsky’s epic novel The Karamazov Brothers.

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The Glory of God

Friday 17 September 2021

I wonder if you saw Emma Raducanu win the American Open tennis championship.

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Sunday 12 September

Wednesday 15 September 2021

During the pandemic, quite a few of us discovered regular Morning Prayer.

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Sunday 5 September

Wednesday 15 September 2021

I can’t have been the only one flummoxed to hear that the radical jihadist Sunni Muslim Taliban, bent on the imposition of its brand of sharia law, was under attack from the radical jihadist Sunni Muslim local squad of Isis, known as Isis Khorasan Province.

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Sheppard Scholars

Friday 27 August 2021

We are about to say a fond farewell to Christian Saguyan, who is leaving his time as a Sheppard Scholar at St Martin’s to become an ordinand at Ripon College Cuddesdon.

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The Kingdom Is Near

Friday 20 August 2021

My extended family is large and close-knit, with all of the usual ups and downs, joys and difficulties.

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