Monthly Archives: May 2009

A New Horse….

Like many middle aged men of a slightly ‘robust’ build I yearn for the days when I could do a bit more physically. I have run a marathon, completed triathlons, one hundred mile bike rides, parachuted, snow skied, water skied, … Continue reading

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What We Don’t Say….

I couldn’t sleep last night. I was giving a speech in my head, a speech I would like to give two weeks from now when I do my last official duties in my current job. I gave it, edited it, … Continue reading

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Occasions of Sin….

Most churches have occasions they recognize as being ‘graced-filled’ and these are all around us if we but look for them. My church, ever ready to acknowledge the complexity of human beings, also has ‘occasions of sin’. These things in … Continue reading

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