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Cross-Shaped Lives (April 2016)
No sooner are the Christmas cards and decorations removed from the supermarket shelves, than hot cross buns and Easter eggs appear. It is like retailers want to hurry us through the year, by beginning to sell things a couple of months ahead of their due date. But I have to confess, I am less bothered by the hot cross buns in January, than I am by tinsel appearing in September. It is not just because I really enjoy eating those buns(mmm…toasted with butter, nothing better!) ....
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I Love the Spring (March 2016)
I love the Spring. Trees which formerly looked cold and lifeless, with branches completely bare through the winter, now in the spring produce green shoots, leaves appear, and soon we will have blossom sprouting too. They might have looked dead, but they certainly were not, and now are full of signs of life. And it is wonderful to celebrate the resurrection and Easter when this transformation is happening in the world around us....
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To give up or to take on...that is the question (February 2016)
Lent is the time in the church’s year when we remember the 40 days and 40 nights Jesus spent in the wilderness, before he entered his ministry. It leads us to Easter, when we remember Jesus’ ultimate sacrifice for us on the cross. To read more click on the image:
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A Drop in the Ocean (January 2016)
As the New Year begins, it is traditional to take up a New Year’s resolution. Attendance at a gym, or quitting smoking, or reading the Bible cover-to-cover, or not eating chocolate ever again. Whatever it is, I wish you well with your resolve. But if we are honest, we know that so often the New Year resolution has not lasted until the end of January. I would like to suggest that instead of resolving to do something drastic, that we each resolve to do very small things, every day....
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