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Saturday: Compline


Compline (which comes from the Latin word for completion) follows a very ancient format that has been largely unchanged for many centuries.  It is simple enough to memorise and it’s familiar rhythm helps to wonderfully settle the mind before sleep.   1,221 more words

Call To Worship

Telling the Canaanite Woman's story today

10 Jesus called the crowd near and said to them, “Listen and understand. 11  It’s not what goes into the mouth that contaminates a person in God’s sight. 1,250 more words

Finding No Comfort At A Christian Candlelight Vigil

This week has left me saddened and dispairing over my encounters with the Christian community in my small town. Here is what I’ve encountered here in the Bible Belt: 970 more words


Matthew 1-13

I always expected to take a break between Old and New Testaments, just possibly not so long.  It is perhaps just as well I am not sitting an exam as trying to remember what was where in the Old Testament is now not so clear but anyhow I know I’ll have come across it somewhere if I require to refer back.  197 more words


Porterbrook Day 0

Tomorrow morning I start Porterbrook. It’s Bible training for those of us who can’t go to seminary school for one reason or another. I’m super excited to get to join this series of courses. 65 more words


SGW, 8-18-17, Luke 2:1-40

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How to read well: New Testament Letters #1

Of the 27 books that make up the Protestant New Testament Canon, 21 are letters, and at least two other books contain letters (Acts, Revelation). Some letters were written primarily to a particular congregation, others were addressed to individuals, and still others seem to address groups of churches or the church universal. 466 more words

How To Read Well