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Doing Chaplaincy – a sermon shared with the Police Chaplaincy UK Conference 2022

“At any time you can ask yourself: At which threshold am I now standing? At this time in my life, what am I leaving? Where am I about to enter? What is preventing me from crossing my next threshold? What gift would enable me to do it?” (John O’Donohue) I have been to this placeContinue reading “Doing Chaplaincy – a sermon shared with the Police Chaplaincy UK Conference 2022”

Is it worth getting offended? – A sermon shared with the Unitarian Christian Association

I remember many years ago, someone really offended me and deeply hurt me. And not only did this person hurt me, he seemed to make it his business to try to tell others things about me that were just not true. I got more and more hurt and more and more upset by it….and inContinue reading “Is it worth getting offended? – A sermon shared with the Unitarian Christian Association”

Beauty for Ashes – a sermon shared with Tahoma Unitarian Universalist Congregation, USA

When I was a boy growing up in the Pentecostal Church we used to sing the hymn ‘The Old Rugged Cross’. The chorus each time ended with:“I will cling to the Old Rugged Cross, and exchange it some day for a crown.” The thing was, the ‘some day’ was never going to be in thisContinue reading “Beauty for Ashes – a sermon shared with Tahoma Unitarian Universalist Congregation, USA”

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