A mile in their shoes…

I finally got to see Arabella Dorman's Suspended at Leicester Cathedral yesterday; an art installation which is truly overwhelming. The full title, Suspended - in search of light evokes a powerful image of displaced people fleeing the darkness in search of light. All of these clothes were worn by refugees who arrived at Lesbos cold... Continue Reading →


#583 #day2 of #LentChallenge with @bible_society #wilderness as #uninhabited and #inhospitable region, #neglected and #abandoned. I #pray for all those in wilderness, especially #refugees #asylumseekers powerless to free themselves. I pray for hope, resilience, rescue and strength. Amen.

#196 This evening was one of the occasions where representatives from each of the Theological Colleges in Oxford go and worship and have dinner at other colleges. We went to #regentspark which was so lovely and welcoming. The sermon was very thought provoking and encouraged us to think about the opposite of exclusion…embrace! How can... Continue Reading →

#143 A family walk around #lanarkloch got me thinking about #solidarity. These trees stand alongside one another at all times, no matter what. There are a few people in my life for whom I am like a tree - planted alongside them, in solidarity, no matter what. I wonder whether I should be standing in... Continue Reading →

#44 #home and #comfort are perhaps things that we have come to take for granted in some parts of the world. Yesterday was a bit of a chilly day and I spent much of the day on the sofa reading. I felt comfortable, safe and secure, as I pray many of us do at home.... Continue Reading →

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