Tag Archives: christianity
In a sort-of old-fashioned way, I have books I generally only read on Sundays. I started this ‘tradition’ when I stopped going to church so often because, frankly, I find it meaningless and boring most of the time. I would … Continue reading
I’ve just finished reading To Recover Confidence, by F. R. Barry. This book is concerned with about how Christians can (potentially) recover confidence in their faith in an ever-changing, and, as Barry saw it, increasingly secular, society. It contains a … Continue reading
We got back from Spring Harvest this afternoon - or Sprung Harvest, as Mr C likes to call it, I’m not quite sure why. It was a very interesting few days. I learned lots of things and was reminded of … Continue reading
Two points worth remembering: You are/We are/I am loved and then there is a full stop. There is always hope. I am very grateful for the people out there in the blogosphere who write about these things.
As previously mentioned, I went to a theological discussion entitled ‘What is the point of singing hymns?’ on Wednesday evening. The talk was given by the Dean of Canterbury, The Very Reverend Robert Willis, who was a most excellent speaker … Continue reading
As well as the books I received as Christmas presents, I was also given another book during the Christmas period. This one was from my mum, passed on from my grandad, who was given it by his grandad in 1932. … Continue reading
I was thinking that I should tell you that we had our university carol service last week, during which Other Choir sang Hodie Christus Natus Est, which I have been going on about on this blog on occasion, so here … Continue reading
Kath at The Long Walk Home has written an excellent post about the start of Advent.