Monthly Archives: January 2017

Ordination 6 – Behold, the panel cometh…

Today is Friday.  And tomorrow is the Diocesan Panel.  Am I nervous?  I’m not really sure.  Earlier this week, I was feeling very calm.  I did wonder if it was a sort of being-in-the-eye-of-the-storm feeling.  I wasn’t sure if it … Continue reading

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The Amazing Technicolour Pyjama Therapy. [book]

This is a book about chronic illness.  It’s written by a doctor who has experienced M.E.  This gives it the potential to be good on more than one level, and it is! I should probably point out at the outset … Continue reading

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Ordination blog 5 – the diocesan panel approaches

For some reason, it’s all feeling a bit more real today… Over the last few months, I’m been heading up to Chesterfield every few weeks for a course for people who are exploring this call.  This afternoon saw the fifth … Continue reading

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