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  • The Fruit of the Spirit - Part 2

    This week we continue our reflection on the fruit of the Spirit.  Wonderful guidance, as we take time out, to pause our busy-ness and be refilled.  I believe God’s grace is continually working – the wonder of his patience. I...

  • The Fruit of the Spirit - Part 1

    The summer vacation is a time of change – to get out of any “rut” we find ourselves in, to look up, look around, look over any horizons we see, and also to look back at ourselves. This reflection –...

  • Who was Melchizedek?

    I am sending a verse or two of scriptural encouragement each day to colleagues and friends. It is a contribution, I trust, to the sense of Christian unity that we are seeing in service to our community. It is meant...

  • Campus Witness

    Every now and then, someone has a go at me. They see my name badge, or clerical collar. I wear this on campus because strangers do not know my name but know what the dress code is representing, I trust...

  • The Continual Pouring Out Of The Spirit

    As I sit to write it is pouring with rain outside my window. Such a change after the summer we have had. And yet the grass is already freshly green. There are times when we need refreshment too. This can...

  • Paul's Conversion - Reaching the Unreached

    This weekend we remember Saul’s conversion.   I wonder what the road to Damascus was like - a dusty, and busy highway.  I wonder if Saul was in sight of Damascus when Jesus met him. Let’s imagine Saul, a man on...

  • Psalm 37 - Trust

    Psalm 37 is a great psalm to read in times of trouble and hardship – when “everything seems against you”! Do not fret. Trust in the Lord and do good. Delight in the Lord. Commit to him. Be still before...