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Gasping for breath

March 12th, 2019|

Today is stormy.  The howling wind is dramatic, and either invigorating or scary depending on your circumstances and your personality. In Scripture the Greek word “pneuma” does a lot of multitasking.  It can mean wind, or breath, or spirit;

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A Change In Time

January 25th, 2019|

New Year is a good time to stop and take stock. A time to listen and reflect. A time to plan and dream.  And 2018 was a dramatic year. My sense for 2018 was that it would be a

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Thermometer or thermostat?

January 21st, 2019|

A few months ago I was leading worship at a conference and as I finished the speaker got up and spoke a prophetic word that has stuck with me ever since. The main reason it has stuck with me

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Eating ahead of ourselves

November 29th, 2018|

Familiarity dulls the imagination, and perhaps the appetite. I was reading some thoughts on ‘The Lord’s Prayer’ recently and was intrigued to learn that the familiar phrase ‘our daily bread’ does not necessarily mean what I had always assumed. 

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Musings on a half-dead tree

September 3rd, 2018|

Walking in the fields recently I came across an old friend. Isolated in the centre of an open meadow stood a single, large tree. But this tree held my gaze because it was unlike most others. Half the tree

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A Change In Time

January 25th, 2019|

New Year is a good time to stop and take stock. A time to listen and reflect. A time to plan and dream.  And 2018 was a dramatic year. My sense for 2018 was that

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Thermometer or thermostat?

January 21st, 2019|

A few months ago I was leading worship at a conference and as I finished the speaker got up and spoke a prophetic word that has stuck with me ever since. The main reason it

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Eating ahead of ourselves

November 29th, 2018|

Familiarity dulls the imagination, and perhaps the appetite. I was reading some thoughts on ‘The Lord’s Prayer’ recently and was intrigued to learn that the familiar phrase ‘our daily bread’ does not necessarily mean what