There is more than one way to die

One of the oldest military tricks in the book is to give the appearance that the attacking army is concentrated in one place. Whilst those defending focus all their attention on where the attack is coming from, the enemy sneaks round the back. There is more than one way to die.  Coronavirus has sadly led… Continue reading There is more than one way to die

On Listening to Experts and having your say

Don’t panic …listen to the right people The internet is not a great place to be at the moment if you struggle with anxiety, nor if you are looking for reliable information and advice. Timelines are full of people sharing their ‘expertise’ on Coronavirus.  Their opinions range from the “We should panic, the Government isn’t… Continue reading On Listening to Experts and having your say

“I trace the rainbow through the rain” Anxiety, Depression and Burnout

It’s a busy Sunday morning at the end of a busy week, I’ve preached twice, tried to resolve some technical hitches and followed all that up with a pastoral conversation.  Then I find myself sitting in the church lounge sobbing thinking “I can’t go on anymore.”  A conversation with another elder who just happens to… Continue reading “I trace the rainbow through the rain” Anxiety, Depression and Burnout

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Welcome back to Faithroots. We have revived this site in order to provide online content for those who may be struggling to access church physically, particularly during the Coronavirus.