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Across the country, philanthropists in previous generations established charities to help the poor. If you search the charity commission website for the name ‘poor’ you will find many of them. Many have run their course and fulfilled their purpose, but … Continue reading
The primary environmental crisis today is the accelerating effect of CO2 emissions on climate change and global warming. To address this issue we need to put less CO2 into the atmosphere and we need to capture more carbon. Plastic has … Continue reading
I’m going to draw out from Acts 10; 34-43 what makes the Gospel transformational, and suggest how we can engage it more fully. The short speech by Peter was made after he’d been summoned to meet a Roman centurion. Peter … Continue reading
During an election all parties make commitments to do things which cost money. Voters expect them to put a cost against each item. Commentators then add up the costs and say that this is what each party is going to … Continue reading
Eighty years ago this nation was at a crisis. Politicians of the day worked together for the good of Britain and Europe. The monarch was respected and brought hope to the people suffering – visiting Coventry after the horrific bombings, … Continue reading
Pictures of the burning Amazon rain-forests are horrifying enough to bring despair. Surely the world is doomed unless they stop! Easy to say, isn’t it. And I have found myself responding like that to the media attention. But is that … Continue reading
The earth’s climate has seen dramatic change. Four and a half billion years ago, the earth was formed. Its atmosphere had massively high levels of carbon dioxide, and there was very little oxygen. Miraculously, life originated in this extremely hostile … Continue reading
From a lovely lady – deserves this to be shared via The blog I never wanted to write: Stage 4 Breast Cancer
In the west, if our fence blows down we can usually afford to fix it without any worry. In Mozambique, they have suffered a devastating cyclone, with 90% of Beira damaged or destroyed. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/mar/19/cyclone-idai-worst-weather-disaster-to-hit-southern-hemisphere-mozambique-malawi I was heavily involved in setting … Continue reading