Archives June 28, 2008

God Waits… A Blesséd Alt.Worship Creed

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXe3pQc2Sf0 Sublime music “Spark” by Nitin Sawney. Images from a sequence in Koyaanisquaatsi slowed down. The words of this Creed come from, Oh, I have long forgotten. Kath Abbot on the Isle of Wight pulled it out and gave it flight, and we used this Creed, if I remember at a Sunset Service on the […]

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Ooops, I did it again.

I once got in serious trouble because of injudicious things said. I have done it again. I apologise. Sometimes my fingers work faster than my sense of decorum, and I post stuff that in the light of day are well wide of the mark. I have offended someone I respect dearly. Another in the series […]

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My kind of drug.

and no, this time it’s not Jesus…       do you know what my kind of drug is?             Guess?         It’s caffeine. Oooo I love it. Short, dark and intense. Espresso is my morning wake-up and my evening wind-down. I adore the dark mystical stuff […]

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Birthday

Eight Years Old. Where does the time go? Have just started to rediscover Black and White again on my camera. I prefer to shoot directly in B/W rather than take in colour and process into B/W in photoshop. It has an immediacy and a photojournalistic look which I quite like. Currently reading: 24-hour Party People […]

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Rosary Teaching

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zD50N4DZ96c I’m doing some teaching on Prayer in the Junior School (years 3/4 – 7 & 8 year olds), and so the kids and I made this video to back up what I am teaching: this week on the Rosary (Do you know any Catholics, we need teaching on the Rosary – I use it […]

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Open Arms

I found this exploration “Open Arms” on someone else’s blog, and drew it into a session with the Sunday’s Group this week. Knackered after the Strawberry Tea (which concluded with an Act of Compline), and a table loaded with loads of food, our Young People were in great form! If you ever wonder how in […]

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Youth Club Talk, 13th June 2008

Many years ago, a weary traveller hiked for miles across the desert with the hot sun beating down on his back. His water supply was gone, and he knew that if he didn’t find water soon to quench his thirst, he would surely die. In the distance, he spotted a deserted cabin, which brought hope […]

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