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The C Word.

The C word. As a kid, it mean ‘crap’. As a teenager, it meant something stronger. At some point in my life – God forbid – it might mean ‘cancer’. But right now, it means ‘curacy’. It’s the word on … Continue reading

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Cynicism vs soup.

Every time I start to write about prayer, I stop praying. And then I have to stop writing. It’s happened at least three times now. I guess it’s a bit like how, the moment you think you’ve cracked humility, you … Continue reading

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‘A slice of pie to take away please. Yes, the humble one.’

It’s been a year since I arrived in London, fresh out of university, a 10-month internship to get stuck into, and the world at my feet. I was ready to see what graduate life could offer me, and to grab … Continue reading

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Pester your dad without ceasing.

  ‘Dad. Daaaaad. Dad? Look Dad. Dadadadadadadadad.’ It was well after rush-hour on the tube. People working normal hours had gone home hours ago, but still the carriage was full of tired commuters resting their eyes or looking blankly at … Continue reading

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I’m disappointed with God.

I’ve got nothing to say to defend God. Not this time.  It’s a strange situation to be in as a Christian, because our instinct is to make God look good. We call it ‘glorifying God’. We want to show off … Continue reading

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