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Loves church pioneering, family, guitars, Macs, jeeps and Jesus, not necessarily in that order...
As July sweeps into August with the sun making sporadic appearances, I’m increasingly finding myself subconsciously thinking about double decker buses and whistling bursts of “Summer Holiday”. As many of us perhaps dream of setting off to find
And so, with roadworks complete, the sun in the sky, and long school holidays beckoning, Widcombe welcomes the arrival of July. For most clergy, July brings with it a flurry of summer weddings; brides and grooms hoping for glorious sunshine and famil
And so another month arrives and with it the Summer! When I was young I always remember my mother referring to this month as “Flaming June”, which of course, because this is Britain, originally had nothing to do with a guarantee of early summer h
I really love the month of May (not least of all because it contains my birthday) but more importantly, it often seems to be the time of year when the warmer weather truly begins and flowers and trees fully start to bloom. It’s often said to be a t
Edith Piaf very famously once sang, “Non, je ne regrette rien”. Well, unlike Edith, I rather regret a lot of things, sometimes on a daily basis… That third helping of cheesecake on Saturday while watching “The Voice”… The fact tha
We all love to hear good news, don’t we, and so on this damp, frosty, cold February morning, I am heartened by the thought that the 1st of March (according to the Meteorological Calendar at least) marks the official start of Spring. Hopefully the w
Back in 1984, Foreigner famously cried out in song (join in if you know it) “I Want to know What Love Is” A couple of decades earlier the Beatles declared “All You Need Is Love” – mind you, they also sang “We All Live In A Yellow
A happy and blessed New Year to you all! Some of you may have noticed the sign on my office window at the vicarage given to me by a witty friend as a Christmas gift some years ago. It simply reads, “Jesus is for life, not just for Christmas”. Of