Last weekend I watched Channel 4’s new five-part drama It’s a Sin and was incredibly moved by it - the emotion has really stayed with me throughout the week. The fact that the national response to AIDS was happening in my childhood was not lost on me, and I found myself looking on YouTube for... Continue Reading →
Posting this a few days after IDAHoBiT on Sunday 17th May, as some people had expected to see this here. It was just a short reflection and time of prayer to remember that we are ALL God's people in all of our diversity! #BreaktheSilence https://youtu.be/kdKg0JFuL4M
I've just finished reading The Good Immigrant which is a collection of essays about what it's like to live in a country that doesn't trust you and doesn't want you... There were a number of heartbreaking reflections but one of the saddest was Musa Okwonga who decided to leave Britain because of such deep-rooted institutional... Continue Reading →
#687 I was reminded of the rich and beautiful #diversity of our society as I looked at different materials in a local #sarishop We are all unique! #celebratediversity #embraceourdifferences
#655 The final weeks of #theologicalcollege will involve visiting people and places which have been influential in training. Today I returned to my #summerplacement church and had a lovely welcome - being involved in so many different churches helps to grasp the diversity of God and the unique ways in which God meets people.
#579 When looking at the same person, place or possession different people notice #different things - that rich #diversity is a great strength. None of us are the same, so we are all likely to see something slightly differently depending on how our own #experiences have shaped us. Does this make some of us #right and some... Continue Reading →