2020: A Developing View

This blog started life like a little maggot-y thing. Small and moaning and grim. Trying to pretend it was logical and thoughtful and dispassionate and realistic.   I didn’t like it []
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Panning for Gold

Over the past few weeks, I have been reflecting on the blogs and been moved by their honesty.  After Sunday’s wonderful service, I went for a walk on Griffith Ave. []
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The Habit of Worry

Are you a worrier? Do you maintain a healthy list of the latest things to worry about?   Worrying started at a young age for me, particularly when my parents went out – would our babysitter put the fireguard on []
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Cling to Him

Lockdown is hard. I know anytime I do a talk or write a blog, I often seem to state the obvious, and maybe this takes the biscuit for that. It’s []
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Would I?

In John 4:46-54, there is an account of Jesus healing an official’s son. It came up in a video I was watching the other day and the last verse really []
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All this Grief

It would be fair to say I am a bit of a strange character. I can go from very serious to a complete goofball in the blink of an eye. []
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Bedtime

It’s bedtime. Again. This becomes a bigger thing when actual real life starts again with actual real school in an actual real building and actual real work with actual real []
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