Thought of the Month November 2022 Cast your mind back to early August. The Queen was still alive and Boris was still Prime Minister. So recent, but it seems an age ago, doesn’t it?  Newspaper headlines then were dominated by the Archie Battersbee case. It was also the time of the Lambeth Conference, with JustinRead more

Thought for the Month October 2022 God, where are you in all this? There seems to be nothing good going on in the world anymore don’t you think? When you watch the news, read the newspaper or overhear a polite conversation, the status quo is one of doom and gloom. We have the war inRead more

The Paradox of Royal Servanthood Reflections following the immediate aftermath of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II As I write these thoughts, it is now two days since the sad announcement of the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and our thoughts and prayers remain with her family. As the Royal familyRead more

Thought for the Month August 2022 A short Summer thought I hope that many of you will have, or already have had, a Summer Break. We all need time to relax and enjoy ourselves, but also to take stock of our lives. Even Jesus took time out, and as when read, he often went offRead more

A few weeks ago, one of my co-contributors to Thought for the Month sent me an article from the Sunday Times, written by Matthew Syed (thank you David), he wondered if it could be used as a Thought for the Month. At first I thought yes, then I wasn’t sure, there’s no doubt it’s anRead more

Thought for the Month June 2022 Today’s thought is not the one I originally prepared (that will now be for another month). When I woke up this morning (Sunday) about to send the original to Gail for circulation, I felt moved to say something else. And so, a brief few thoughts for today. Back inRead more