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Author Archives: faithgoeswalkabout
We are at the end of the church year! Like the calendar year of 2020, what a year!! Most people will be pleased to see this year behind us. Christ the King is the last Sunday before Advent and as … Continue reading
‘On this rock, I will build my church’ Matthew 16,v 17. Caesarea Philippi is a peaceful place; it is the source of the River Jordan and the rushing streams are clear and pure as they descend from the rocks. It … Continue reading
Travelling in my car with a very smart Sat-Nav on Friday to my office outside Cambridge, I started thinking about life’s journeys and seeing them is a similar way to any journey using Sat-Nav and changing direction. We set out … Continue reading
I only met Zindzi Mandela once,and in that few hours could feel the depth of love and emotion that she felt for her family and the cause of the Mandela Legacy Foundation. Her parents Nelson and Winnie Mandela were an … Continue reading
Pentecost, rushing winds, tongues of fire, speaking in different tongues, but how else does the Holy Spirit work? Where is this Holy Spirit? It can be rather like an invisibility cloak, you know the one that Harry Potter uses to … Continue reading
VE Day 2020 The silence that says it all… The lives lost, the lives changed, the lives that would never be the same again. Seventy-five years on we remain united in isolation, glorious in survival, and thankful for all that … Continue reading
The Upper Room is to this day, an inconspicuous space along a quiet street in Jerusalem. The windows are hardly noticeable on the first floor next to some dangling electric cables. Jerusalem normally bustles with people, but in these days … Continue reading
Six weeks ago I was one of a number of pilgrims from Norwich Diocese on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. We stopped in the Garden of Gethsemane and looked over the valley to Jerusalem. We visited the house of … Continue reading
Have we really locked God in the church along with the pews? Did we firmly turn the key and slide the bolt so we can’t get in and He can’t get out? Over the last week , or is it … Continue reading