Monthly Archives: May 2005

Culturally creative – me?

Make of this what you will– You scored as Cultural Creative. Cultural Creatives are probably the newest group to enter this realm. You are a modern thinker who tends to shy away from organized religion but still feels as if … Continue reading

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The Father’s Arms

Over the road from our hall is a pub – The Archers Dart. That’s a moth, like most of the pubs that were built in Harlow New Town during the 50’s and 60’s. It’s recently been shut down because of … Continue reading

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I haven’t got the hang of this, have I?

Every so often I read something that stirs my deepest longings – to closer to God, to be the Real Army (now there’s a subject for debate), to make a real impact in the world. Stephen Court in Vancouver, Canada … Continue reading

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One week later…

Well, I haven’t made it for 5 a.m., but I did get up at 6:15 this morning. I’ve also committed to a friend that I will complete The Purpose Driven Life by the end of June. This is getting serious!I’m … Continue reading

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The real me…

Just glanced at Maggi Dawn’s blog (via UrbanArmy) and found an interesting poem. Here’s one I prepared earlier: What would I be, O Holy LordIf I were what you made me?A plaster saint? a white-washed tomb?I don’t think that could … Continue reading

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Beware dealing with God!

I’ve always struggled with daily prayer. I used to do my daily readings when I went to bed, but from Uni onwards, that tended to be rather late, and I was too tired. I’ve never got into morning prayers, but … Continue reading

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Secrets forgotten

Don’t you just hate passwords? Five attempts to get in tonight, because I couldn’t remember which significant phrase I’d used for blogger. I guess I should be using it more, then I’d remember.

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