In June this year, we took a trip to Northumberland. As is usual when on holiday, we made the most of our National Trust (NT) membership and, this year, English Heritage (EH). We visited the glorious Fountains Abbey on the way (pictured above, NT) as well as wandering contently through the ruins of Lindisfarne Priory (EH) … Continue reading more than what you see
Isn’t it time we broke out of fixed understandings of what it means to spend time with God? Or perhaps, should I say, embrace a more diverse understanding? Our lives are peppered with both similarity and difference – each of us is unique in makeup, yet so often we try and work to the same template. Sometimes these … Continue reading the trouble with templates
Faith in dialogue I've been reflecting for some time on the importance of understanding what we and others believe. This latter part has become more important as I met with Jehovah's Witnesses for over a year and have recently started meeting with members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons). Couple … Continue reading don’t tell me what I believe!