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  • Easter - Keep Encouraging Each Other

    On the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24: 13-32) - this story is my favourite Easter Day event. It has fascinating dialogue, a sense of ‘real time feel’ about it and an amazing conclusion about the prompting of the Holy Spirit....

  • Courtesy, Professionalism and Respect

    Recently I was visiting New York. One of things I noticed was the high visibility policing of the city. The presence of the New York Police Department (NYPD) was to be seen all over Manhattan. This high visibility approach took...

  • A Call to Prayer

    He made the moon to mark the seasons, and the sun knows when to go down. Psalm 104:19 Driving home on Sunday night I was struck by the beauty of the crescent moon hanging low in the western sky.  I...

  • One Part Of The Body Is Wounded, So We All Hurt

    “There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit distributes them. There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. There are different kinds of working, but in all of them and everyone it is the same God...

  • In God I Trust

    Have mercy on me, O God, for they trample over me; all day long they assault and oppress me. My adversaries trample over me all the day long; many are they that make proud war against me. In the day...

  • Hope

    This blog is inspired by a recent “Thought for the Week” posted by Igor Zinkov, a rabbi from the Liberal Jewish Synagogue in London. He starts with a quote from Disturbing the Peace by Václav Havel, a Czech politician, playwright, and former...

  • Psalms of Lament

    Not everyone likes to hear the Bagpipes played. Yet they can emote lament like no other instrument. For lament is where current world news takes me. To lament is to express deep sorrow, grief, or regret, to give empathetic voice...