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In the summer of 2013 I left my IT job (writing web software) and moved house to start a training post to be a vicar. Rather than go straight from one to the other, I decided to go via Western USA and Canada, in a convertible Ford Mustang.
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In January 2019 Jess and I managed (what I hope isn’t!) the trip of a lifetime to New Zealand. We hired a small campervan and drove around both islands for four weeks - and loved it! The only bad part was not being able to stay longer.
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I was born in Oxford while my father was doing his vicar training at Wycliffe Hall – where I also did my own vicar training, twenty-three years later! As I grew up in a Christian family, God has always been quite naturally at the centre of my life. But when I was 10 I made the decision for myself and gave my heart to Jesus (after reading Patricia St. John’s Treasures of the Snow ).
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I’m having the same issue.
RT @MiroslavVolf: The church is called to serve, but is very much *unlike* a service business, in which the aim is to please. “…the rightne…
Barth, subtle as always:
All theological favouritisms are... forbidden: the one-sided belief in God the Father which was customary in the Enlightenment; the so-called Christocentrism which Pietism loved and still loves; and finally all the nonsense that is and can be perpetrated with isolated veneration of the Spirit.