Voices in the wilderness

Christmas is being hijacked. It's a fact; we hear about it so often on the telly and radio and read about it in the papers all the time at this point in the year, so it must be true. Schools won't let children say Merry Christmas, councils refuse to hang tinsel for fear of offending …

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Not to be served, but to serve – Sermon on Mark 10:35-45

A few years ago I worked in the call centre of a well known life assurance company. We dealt with queries regarding low cost life cover for the over 50s which most folk bought because Michael Parkinson promised them a free pen on the telly. One day I received a call from a gentleman who …

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Stop taking your ball home – A sermon on John 15:18-27

When you were a child did you ever play ball games with your friends? It could be football or catch or simply throwing a ball against a wall. Anyone who has done this, or played a game which uses a solitary piece of equipment with a group of others, has probably experienced the most archetypal …

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