Monthly Archives: January 2018

A Changing View From Across the Pond…

by the Rt Revd Dr David Walker, Bishop of Manchester In the church where I preached on the first Sunday after Epiphany there’s a stained glass window dedicated in memory of a former member of the congregation from the nineteenth … Continue reading

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Ever Felt Like Saying: “I Just Can’t Cope!”?

by the Revd Dr Hayley Matthews, Director of Lay Training, Leeds Diocese ‘I just can’t cope!”. Most of us, I’m sure, will have felt like this at some time or other.  Times when we just wanted everything and everyone to … Continue reading

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A Theology of Reception that Pays Attention to People…

by the Revd Dr Jeremy Morris, Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge In 1965 Bishop John Robinson – already famous for his iconoclastic book Honest to God – challenged the Church of England with a call for a ‘New Reformation’.  Claiming … Continue reading

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Are You Suffering From Spiritual Abuse?

by Jayne Ozanne, Editor of ViaMedia.News and Director of the Ozanne Foundation Do you know what Spiritual Abuse is?  Can you define it?  Perhaps more importantly, would you recognise it if you saw it?  Would you be able to guard … Continue reading

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A Time to Die…?

by the Revd Canon Rosie Harper, Chaplain to the Bishop of Buckingham and Member of General Synod It’s the beginning of a new year and the script is that we talk about hope. It was a challenging 2017 but things … Continue reading

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