Monthly Archives: September 2015

Who’s the Greatest?

(Proverbs 31.10-31, James 3.13-4.3, Mark 9,30-37) Twenty-nine years ago today, I was licensed as a Reader in the Church of England. Over those twenty-nine years, one of the questions I’ve most frequently been asked is, “Are you going to go … Continue reading

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Watch Your Language!

(James 2, 1-10 & 14-17; Mark 7, 24-37) There’s been a lot of comment in the media recently about the use of language. David Cameron and Nigel Farage were roundly condemned for talking about ‘swarms of migrants’ and the need … Continue reading

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