I had the great privilege of spending a few days alongside a community of ordinands at Central Theological College in Tokyo during my time here. The college itself felt to be a symbol of the history and potential available to the NSKK (the Anglican Church in Japan) more widely, with its huge space to accommodate... Continue Reading →
Life and death…death and life
I've been thinking a lot about the way death is held and handled in the natural world, how different that may be to our various societal approaches to death, and possible reasons for this. It seems that life can flow through aspects of the natural world that have died and are decaying. New light can... Continue Reading →
The unpredictability of God
#274 Things grow and flourish in the most unlikely places! I've been looking back on the last six months at college. The #unpredictability of what I have done and which areas of ministry I feel drawn to is baffling and brilliant at the same time. #letgoandletgod
#264 #springinthecountryside is something I've never seen. Seeing how #growth and #beauty #transform the land is a blessing indeed.