Two questions I don’t like to answer

In the culture that I live in, there are two questions that I have struggled to answer in recent years. I know that people don’t ask these questions to be malicious (I don’t think…), but these are common questions that get bounced around often in social circles. Let’s kick off with… ‘What do you do?’ […]

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The Pregnant Ninja

It’s the first week of my third trimester. The last couple of days has seen this sweet little one wriggling inside me more frequently and more powerfully than I have noticed before. It’s entertaining watching the ripples of movement across my bump as Baby Clemence adjusts and explores its current home. I couldn’t resist naming […]

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The Selfish Gospel by Freddie Pimm – Book Review

I had never heard of Freddie Pimm until I was asked to review this book by Inter-Varsity Press. He is a doctor by profession and this is his first published book – and I am a little jealous that I didn’t write it! Freddie tackles some tough questions about the church and its place within […]

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Crying out for a new song

Can you hear my cry? It feels as if you are silent. Do you notice the anguish of the ones I love? It looks like they have been forgotten. Do you look on as one challenge piles onto another challenge, and then turn your face away? It seems as if you may be preoccupied whilst […]

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Home: The Quest to Belong by Jo Swinney – Book Review

Jo Swinney takes us on a journey to examine what ‘home’ is and I had never considered how many different ways the idea of ‘home’ could be explored until reading this fascinating book. It is clear that Jo has wrestled with the concept of home on many levels, having traveled extensively throughout her life. She […]

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Unpopular Culture by Guvna B – Book Review

Guvna B has written a much-needed book that I feel many people need to read and will benefit from. Even though the book is called ‘Unpopular Culture’, I hope that it will become an extremely popular book! He carefully weaves details of his own experiences of living in a culture that is often opposed to […]

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A Short Tribute to the Craft of Writing

Sitting here at my nice new desk at home I feel like more of a professional writer somehow. I have a desk and everything. That’s pretty big stuff. However, actually getting down to writing something has become a struggle recently. I feel like there is a big chunk of nothingness in my mind and absolutely […]

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