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Hope Incarnate

I can’t really write about other people specifically. It’s a kind of code I have, part instinctive and part logical. People are sacred, and their lives are sacred, and just as I wouldn’t publish a photo of them online or draw … Continue reading

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A time to mourn

There is a time to mourn. Tomorrow we will have a service of remembrance in the evening for families who have been bereaved during the course of the past year. And there will be candles. And there will be hymns. … Continue reading

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Tiny Skeletons in the Closet

I am not a sensationalist. In the ministry to which I am called, you encounter such extremes of emotion in other people and are party to such a wide range of events, both joyous and terrible, that there is no … Continue reading

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God bless you Malala Yousafzai

This week has seen the BBC reporting on an incredibly brave Pakistani schoolgirl,  14year-old Malala Yousafzai, who is being treated in a British Hospital following an attempt by a Taliban gunman to assassinate the Muslim child, who has been campaigning … Continue reading

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