April 28, 2018

Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters…

A small, dirty, frightened, horrified boy was found clinging onto his dead father’s body, as he wrapped himself around his father’s chest trying to wake up his father. The man […]
April 29, 2018

Abide with Me

Each year I am freshly amazed at the way my husband takes his pruning shears to our trees and bushes with great gusto to cut away the dead wood and some […]
June 4, 2018

Facing God!

I have been reflecting over the last few weeks about our capacity and willingness to face God honestly . And, I have just finished reading a book by Rowan Williams, […]
June 10, 2018

Our Personal Journeys and Our Capacity to Companion Others – A Conversation with School Chaplains, May 2018

We are our stories and so we need to know our own stories and be able to call upon them, understand them and be able to see what it is […]
July 1, 2018

Answering God’s Call

Today we celebrate the birth of John the Baptist, a man whose extraordinary life lived out God’s plans for him and all creation; and whose example has shaped our own […]
July 8, 2018
A Just War or Just Peacemaking

The Entrenched, Privileged Cruelty of Patriarchy

There is a significant, seismic shift in the behaviour of many people in the English speaking world, with access to social media who have taken advantage of their capacity to shed the […]
September 15, 2018

Persistence and Hope

I don’t know if many of you are familiar with the film ‘A Time to Kill’ starring Sandra Bullock, Samuel L Jackson and Kevin Spacey. Its set in the US […]
September 22, 2018

Courage and Kindness

There is a significant story which needs to be told repeatedly so it never goes away, so it can never be denied. It is a story we don’t often see, […]
September 24, 2018

Power and Service

Power is a seductive, exciting, possibility. Each of us, generally has power in some or most aspects of our lives.  Apart from those who are abused, where each moment of […]