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Are you scared of theology?

Theology has always seemed to me like a specialist 'way of thinking about God', something best left to the professionals. But, I am slowly starting to realise that this might not be true...Whenever we think about God, imagine God, speak about God aren't we 'doing theology'?

St Nick’s makeover

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How can one old man hand-deliver presents to 2 billion children in one evening? How can the white-bearded one be here when we just saw him round the corner in his grotto in the shopping centre? Why is 'Santa' an anagram of 'Satan'?

Mother Teresa

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Mother Teresa of Calcutta was one of the most famous Christians of the 20th century, depite living and working among the poorest people of India and treating them as if they were Jesus himself. Click the links below to read more.

Corrie ten Boom

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Follow the story of Corrie ten Boom in five short episodes, from perilous times hiding Jews from the Nazis through to her time in a concentration camp – click on the story link below to begin or use the links to the right.

Interested in knowing more about the life and work of Corrie ten Boom? Follow links to relevant websites and books, with direct online ordering below.

"There is no pit so deep that God’s love is not deeper still." Read inspiring quotes by Corrie ten Boom.

Steps of faith

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These pages are here to help you take a step of faith. Just click a shoe! Some of the steps are quite small – they're more like shuffles of faith. Others are a lot bigger – they're leaps of faith. All of them offer a chance to discover what you believe and how you want to live your life. And who knows? They might also help you to discover more about God.

How to pray

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Learn how to pray with experiential suggestions. Most people pray. From the prayer of 'help!' to spending an hour in a quiet place just listening to God there are many different ways to develop prayer. This module introduces and focuses on Jesus's teachings on prayer.

Daily prayer

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Prayer is a rewarding and life enhancing conversation with God. But at times it can be difficult. You can feel isolated from others, running out of things to say and getting distracted. Pre-written daily prayers, started centuries ago by Monks and Nuns, can be a great help. The words already written can help you concentrate and to know that many other people are praying along with you can be enormously encouraging. Jesus encouraged his followers to pray regularly and discipline is needed to accomplish that. Daily prayers help by developing a habit.

Film Review: Prince Caspian

The publicity machine for Prince Caspian has been going full throttle for the past month promising a visually stunning action film for all the family. And, as one would hope for a film with a £200 million budget and no big stars to pay, the visuals are fairly stunning. Whilst never hugely original, the camera swoops and pans, captures the nice scenery and gets right in the thick of the action. The CGI is fairly impressive too. I can only recall two films that feature trees coming to life and taking part in a battle and Caspian's trees blow those from Lord of the Rings clean out of the water. Furthermore, the animals are animated far more smoothly than they were in the first Narnia movie. Reepicheep and Trufflehunter are portrayed so believably that all memories of Warwick Davis' awful mouse costume from the BBC version of this story were forgotten, at least for a moment.

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