About this blogI am a rural minister with a heart for mission. This blog contains some random thoughts, inspirations and useful bits and pieces from my context.
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Are you interested in photography? Do you want a project for Lent? Something mindful, contemplative and community centred? Steve Radley is a priest and a photographer. This is what Steve says about the project – Vision To help people both within … Continue reading
Advent (‘coming’) is a time for preparation as we look towards the feast of Christmas and anticipate the celebration of love entering the world in the form of a vulnerable baby. It teaches us about patience, and about the value … Continue reading
Advent starts this Sunday (in church) and on Monday (in Advent calenders). So on Friday, in preparation, I delivered Love Life Live Advent booklets to the school in Dry Drayton – one for each family. These booklets contain simple, spiritually … Continue reading
There’s a good idea for something to do with your family & children at home for Remembrance Sunday on the BRF website ‘Faith in Homes’. ‘The cross and the poppy’ This idea looks at the story behind the cross and the … Continue reading