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Lent – a time for examining motivations

Lent is an interesting time of our church calendar.  I say interesting because I am always slightly bemused by the plethora of thinking about what Lent is meant for.  Questions as to whether we should eat fish on Ash Wednesday … Continue reading

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Discipleship is more than evangelicalism

When Peter Greste, Al Jazeera journalist, was released after 400 days in an Egyptian prison I heard a comment made following his interview, without any tone of anger, resentment, or malice, ‘There is a man at peace with the world.’  … Continue reading

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Baptism – The Call to Ongoing Repentance

I have often queried the biblical translators’ rendering of the response of the wise men as ‘pay homage’ which seems a lesser response than I have believed.  ‘Pay homage’ seems to suggest simply honouring, a show of respect, of a … Continue reading

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