Monthly Archives: March 2020

THE CRUCIALITY OF THE CROSS

We are rapidly approaching Holy Week when the focus of the Church has traditionally turned to the Cross and the atonement. But what are we to think about the Cross? American theologian H. Richard Niebuhr once made this piercing observation … Continue reading

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WARNING! I'M GOING TO TALK ABOUT THE 'D' WORD

A guest post by a good friend Chick Yuill Yes, I’ve been thinking it over while I’ve been out running in the sunshine. And now that I’m home and had time to think about it, I’ve decided to do it. … Continue reading

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COVID 19: HOW SHOULD WE AS A CHURCH RESPOND?

If you are anything like me you have probably been reacting to the increasing worldwide and local impact of COVID 19 Virus with a whole variety of emotions. That has made me think a little bit more seriously about what … Continue reading

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PROMISES FOR THE JOURNEY THROUGH THE VIRUS VALLEY

Probably all of us, at one time or another, have had to make journeys we would have rather avoided. That journey to the funeral of a loved one, to see a doctor when you know it wont be good news … Continue reading

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SAY GOODBYE TO THE GARBAGE

As a new cop, or probationer as we were called in Scotland, you are always given the worst jobs. Not that long after I had started my career as a police constable I was taken to a house by my … Continue reading

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