Saying yes to God this Christmas

Christmas Blog

The Christmas story of the birth of our Saviour has so many twists and turns. I hope you are enjoying reflecting on it again this year as you hear it read and spoken of in church and in […]

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In Remembrance of Babylon

Who can ever know the depth of human suffering except those who are currently living within it? In these last weeks, as a nation we have remembered the lost in World War One. Surely the poppy field of […]

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October

October

It’s October, which in our house means the central heating goes on. Waking up to a toasty home, toes hitting a warm floor as I get out of bed and scalding hot water coming out the shower. It […]

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Truth and Prosperity

Truth and Prosperity

We’ve voted and we’ve got the result. I’m still going to work today, travelling by Scotrail to Inverness, staying in Inverness overnight for a Church conference on Saturday, all benefits of living in Scotland. So what’s changed – […]

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The Day of the Cross

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7.30 in the morning and the day is damp and dreich. It’s the time of day when the only people you usually see coming through the fog are your fellow dog walkers, heads down and half awake, much […]

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How well do you know your Bible?

How well do you know your Bible?

Over the past few weeks we’ve been distributing ‘Penny Gospels‘ – some of the responses have been surprising. One lady, who refused a copy, said, “No, I’ve got one already and I can hardly put it down.” She […]

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