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Where should church be?

16/12/08 | Posted by ellen | Permalink | (3) Comments

This week the Arch Bishop of Canterbury visited a Cardiff Pub - not unusual perhaps, after all why shouldn't the head of the Church of England enjoy a pint like the rest of us - but, he wasn't there just for the beer, he had been asked by the pub church Solace at Edwards on St Mary Street, Cardiff to answer the question: “Can God mend broken Britain?” More ...

why are we waiting?

26/11/08 | Posted by ellen | Permalink | (0) Comments

It is Advent Sunday this Sunday and we get to open the first window on the chocolate advent calender that my daughter has bullied me into getting on Monday 1st December...I can scarcely hold the children back from opening this first window and their impatience to get Christmas going is already starting to wear me out. So, why are we waiting? Why don't we just get on with it? More ...

Struggling with prayer?

24/11/08 | Posted by ellen | Permalink | (4) Comments

I am struggling with prayer at the moment. Autumn is drifting toward winter and I have had couple of nasty colds already, I rush out early in the morning and seem to be tired when I get home after work, I have a lot of work to do and family life is demanding. I don't offer these as excuses but as examples of the things that seem to get in the way of my prayer. I am sure I could find time to fit the discipline in but the truth is many days I haven't... More ...

The elevation of George Best

18/11/08 | Posted by Simon Jenkins | Permalink | (3) Comments

George Best has appeared in a new painting showing him ascending into heaven, in the company of two saints, leaving behind a couple of Page Three lovelies on earth. At least one bishop has been wheeled out to declare that the painting might be offensive to Christians... but what do you think? More ...

Road Rage

17/11/08 | Posted by ellen | Permalink | (1) Comments

I have spent most of my driving life holding in emotions, trying to be patient, attempting to drive responsibly and avoiding making obscene gestures at my fellow 'travellers of the road'. Some of us are naturally calm and collected drivers, some of us lack discipline and need to be reminded of our vulnerability. That said, I am, so they tell me, a good driver and I have only had one minor prang (last Christmas I dented my mums car by driving very slowly into the back of a BMW - no damage done to the BMW!). But I have been feeling more vulnerable lately and I felt I wanted to move more gently around the world. As a result I have been trying out driving as if I was on my test - doing all the right things, right moves, right speed etc. More ...

Jesus! Go home!

05/11/08 | Posted by Ralph | Permalink | (2) Comments

So, it's Halloween and your doorbell rings and standing at your door is a skeleton and Jesus – would you give a treat or take the trick? Or try and get your head round the weirdness of Jesus walking about with characters straight from horror movies? In many ways it had been a strange day for eighth grader Alex Woinski. More ...

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