Monthly Archives: August 2012

A Ramble in the Forest & Messing about on the River

Here’s how I spent my bank holiday weekend – thanks to Hannah, Nomi and Claire for good company! All credit goes to Nomi for the hilarious photos of me!

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I love Christian Unions!

University was such a significant time of life for me. It’s no exaggeration to say that the three years I spent studying at Warwick University shaped and moulded me as a person, particularly what I thought being a follower of … Continue reading

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What is Self?

My friend Kristi posed this question on Twitter a few weeks ago, and I’ve been intermittently pondering it since. Finding the word ‘self’ too ‘self’-ish… I mean, already assuming that there is such a thing as an independent, individual, self-referential … Continue reading

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A New Name

To be perfectly honest, it’s not often I look forward to reading a Christian book. But this one, A New Name: Grace and Healing for Anorexia by Emma Scrivener, is an exception. Surprised? Well, if you’ve read anything from Emma’s … Continue reading

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Walking along the Norfolk Coast

Sea Fever I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky, And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by, And the wheel’s kick and the wind’s song … Continue reading

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Worship is Formative

‘Worship is formative. The songs we sing are formative, one way or the other.’ This observation by Kevin Twit of Indelible Grace music has been buzzing round my head like a bluebottle fly for the past few weeks. Is there … Continue reading

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