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Speak, Lord: thy servant heareth

Speak, Lord: thy servant heareth

In a new three-part series, Chris Cook explores the phenomenon of voice-hearing

 

‘Redeemer who bore the burdens of his people’

‘Redeemer who bore the burdens of his people’

Abraham Lincoln, shot on Good Friday 14 April 1865, can be seen as a suffering servant leader, says Rod Garner

Transformed by the love of Christ

Transformed by the love of Christ

A military accident led St Ignatius into deep devotion to Christ. Roland Ashby tells of his experiences of the Spiritual Exercises

The timeless truth of the incarnation

The timeless truth of the incarnation

Mark Vernon draws out Owen Barfield’s ideas about Jesus’s followers’ knowing God in their inmost being

Notes from an imperfect mother

Notes from an imperfect mother

Love covers a multitude of sins. Michele Guinness finds comfort in the scriptures

Despairing about decline? Think yeast

Despairing about decline? Think yeast

Churches need to relevant and different, committed to justice but warm-hearted, suggests Robert Beaken

‘I prays better wiv me sleeves rolled up’

‘I prays better wiv me sleeves rolled up’

Everyone needs to find their a way of empathising with the events of Holy Week, says John Gisby

Lent is not meant to be miserable

Lent is not meant to be miserable

It’s a time for clearing the decks and waiting on God, suggests Laurie Vere

Try making thankfulness into a habit

Try making thankfulness into a habit

Claire Jones examines the benefits of counting blessings

Tyrant, victim, or martyr?

Tyrant, victim, or martyr?

Charles I is still a troubling figure, says Adrian Leak

Ecumenical realism with a dash of hope

Ecumenical realism with a dash of hope

Church unity demands openness to a future that is hard to imagine, but worth the work, says Robert Beaken

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Exporting the Brompton Way

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