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Sunday 14th January

Today I fell in love with Vancouver that little bit more.
When I walked outside, there was sunshine! I couldn’t believe it. This whole time I’ve been here the sky has been grey and gloomy with low cloud hanging around and a continuous drizzle. 952 more words


Some Might Say

De esas épocas de melenas frondozas en Madrid, con John, rubio de ojos color miel y cerveza de caña, de tapas, de historias de recitales de Oasis antes de su trágica separación, de fiestas de gala en terrazas de edificios, de terrazas de edificios con pileta y vestidos de raso, de largo, de glamour. 98 more words

Better Than Expected

You know that word I go on about with Jesus at Christmas and all that?  We celebrate Jesus’ birth at Christmas but the extraordinary miracle, as opposed to the run of the mill every day miracle, is God coming to earth in human form.  1,113 more words


SERMON: The Beginning of Miracles by John Keble

Thou hast kept the good wine until now. (John 2:10)

Epiphany means “manifestation,” the manifestation of God on Earth: the eternal Son showing himself in sundry ways when he had taken our nature upon him, and had been made true Man as we are, of the substance of the Virgin Mary, his Mother.

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Unclear Signs

sermon on John 2:1-11

This story gets me into trouble.

The first instance was when I was maybe in middle school, and with this Bible passage made my mom even more upset than she had been at me before. 2,074 more words

Jesus, Life of the Party

Today’s readings (click below to open in new tab/window):
Psalms 51; 148, Genesis 6:1-8, Hebrews 3:12-19, John 2:1-12

Christianity is serious business. The language of our faith uses words like sacrifice, atonement, sin, repentance, blood, and crucifixion with alarming regularity. 456 more words


From leapfrogging twenty miles to odd coffee cups: the Art of the Unorthodox

I think we’ve all had our share of doing odd things in our lifetime.  I recall the time a group of us high schoolers raised money for our prom by leapfrogging twenty miles ( 764 more words