Monthly Archives: October 2011

Marking that ‘I woz here’

Today I am marking my 10 years of ordained ministry in the Church of England. It wasn’t something that I was planning to mark but was ‘persuaded’ to by some of those at one of the churches where I am … Continue reading

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Faith and endurance in Zimbabwe

Today in Zimbabwe the Archbishop of Canterbury preached to thousands.  His message as one of solidarity and support to a community where the president has been responsible for persecuting Anglicans and where the Church is battling serious divisions. Brian Hungwe … Continue reading

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Nursing by degrees

Today’s  Times newspaper has run an article under the headlines ‘Trust trains its own nurses to nurture better ‘attitudes’.  The articles talks about how the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, based in Birmingham is reverting to the in house … Continue reading

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