Monthly Archives: September 2013

That Holiday Feeling

(Or ‘Finding Normal’ part II) When people ask me if we went anywhere for our holidays and I say, ‘No, we stayed here.’, they look at me askance.  While they are thinking, ‘Why on earth would you stay home?’  I … Continue reading

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Finding Normal

The upheavals of modern life can leave a person feeling constantly in search of ‘normal’. 2012 was a year of major changes for us as a family. It started with the unexpected illness and death of a brother-in-law. (That alone … Continue reading

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A Coffee Moment

And now for a bit of light humour…  Or dark, if you drink your coffee black!  I confess to having an irrational fear that there might not be decent coffee in the house at breakfast time.  The desire to buy … Continue reading

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Raising the Dead

(Apologies for posting yet another sermon…) Preached at Holy Trinity Washington, England 9th March 2008 I have a question for you: What motivates you to do something – like get out of bed in the morning? I like simple things … Continue reading

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Dream Team

Garnering inspiration from a driving moment is quite rare for me, but today was an exception. I was driving back from the grocery store and needed to pull a left at a complicated intersection that is not regulated by lights. … Continue reading

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The Hope of Glory

Christ in You, the Hope of Glory Colossians 1: 15-29 A Sermon by Lois Stuckenbruck St. Nicholas Church, Durham 30th March 2008 ‘Christ in you, the hope of glory.’ What does that mean? Let’s take it back to front and … Continue reading

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