Hmmm…. There’s also a long article over at BuzzFeed. Chambers has often said that his introduction to Exodus saved his life. Coming from a sheltered childhood, it was the first time he’d been around other people wrestling with the same …

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Gayle blogs on how we feel six months on. We were warned when we discovered Zachary’s condition that people would put their foot in it sometimes. People don’t know what to say, they don’t say anything at all, they say …

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Preached at Christ Church Ware, 20th December 2009 This year with a toddler in the household we have a remarkably different Christmas than last year. Last year at six months old, Reuben was far more interested in the paper that …

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I wrote this for our church magazine, published this Sunday. —- Flicking back through previous issues of the magazine, I’ve read again the piece I wrote earlier this years about change and moving on. Here we are though, over six …

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I reckon this is the best political blog post so far this year. If I am honest, polling day was a disaster. We had set up a fifteen or so Committee rooms across the constituency and had teams of people …

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