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The UK Government has said that it aims to see places of public worship opening from the 4th July at the earliest. That’s promising. However, before you get too excited, check the detail. Comments from those involved in consultations suggest that we will not be opening for public worship, rather church buildings will be allowedContinue reading “Private Prayer in a place of Public Worship is an oxymoron”
“he is not ashamed to call them brothers” In those words, I find one of the greatest answers to the problem of shame. If I belong to Christ, I no longer need to feel shame because the view of the one person that counts is that he is not ashamed of me. Jesus chooses toContinue reading “Jesus is not ashamed of me”
The News and social media this week has been dominated by the horrific events in the US with the death of George Floyd and the consequences. Here are a couple of blog posts reflecting in the situation The Gospel Demands that we confront the evil of racism – reflections from John Stevens, National Director ofContinue reading “Food from around the world wide web”
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