Tag Archives: Church in Wales

Praying alone

The writing was on the wall outside: the service ended hours ago; the people gone to their Sunday dinners, families, fire sides. The church empty, gaping open, sat stone cold and silent as the grave, its pews petrified, unforgiving, its … Continue reading

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“No matter what”

Last week, sitting in a field at the 2011 Alive Christian Music Festival, I heard a speaker say something quite unexpected: “God loves you, no matter what the Bible says.” It seemed like an odd thing to say, and it certainly … Continue reading

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