Holiness

As I get back into the flow of working (a bit) for a church here in Canterbury (SMB as it happens), I’ve started preaching again. Here’s an offering from the start of the month.

Apparently I was paid the greatest compliment by one of the students who, and I quote, “Didn’t pick up her phone, text with it or generally fiddle around like she normally does, for the whole 50 minutes”. I think that’s good…

Here are the slides to go with the sermon.

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  • Revd_Dave

    Glad you’re back into parish ministry. RevDave

    • http://www.peter-ould.net Peter Ould

      Kind of. I’m still working for the risk consultancy but doing bits and bobs for the church we belong to.

  • cerebusboy

    “can’t leave Rap alone, the game needs me” ? ;)

    • http://www.peter-ould.net Peter Ould

      Huh?

      • cerebusboy

        http://rapgenius.com/Jay-z-izzo-hova-lyrics#note-10662

        Playfully querying whether, given that this blog and opportunities that arrive from it are surely a form of ‘witness’ or ‘mission’ or ‘outreach’ or whathaveyou, you feel that ‘proper’ C of E ministry needs you more than you need it these days…

        • http://www.peter-ould.net Peter Ould

          Aaaahhh. Why don’t you ask a few bishops and see what they say.

    • http://www.peter-ould.net Peter Ould

      By the way, did you listen to the sermon?

      P+

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