On Negligence

I cannot imagine how Alec Baldwin feels right now.  If you haven’t heard the news, he is an actor, currently […]

Making Progress

Maybe it’s because I’m getting old (and I do pray that God will guard me from becoming cynical as I […]

On Volunteering

At the end of May, the churches in Hunsdon, Widford and Wareside all had their annual meetings, with a report […]

Using Christian Language

By the time you read this, we will be well into the season of Lent, so called because of the […]

Clergy and Politics

The Apostle Paul wrote a letter to encourage the young church in the city of Philippi.  In it, he stressed […]

Valuing the Old Ways

Forty years ago, I spent my Sunday evenings listening to the Radio 1 Top 40 Chart Show.  It was by […]

Everyone the Same

About two weeks ago, I read a simple plea that brought a wry smile to my lips.  It said simply, […]

Cultivating Community

Last month, I had the privilege of being asked to bring my voice and my guitar to be part of […]

The Tyranny of the Urgent

There are different ways of relating to the telephone.  Some people always rush to answer.  Some have a look at […]