A Colourful Lent

One of the most intimidating moments for a painter is staring at a blank canvas. Devoid of colour, line, or shape, the blank canvas represents

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Bishop Samuel Rose’s Christmas Message

Like many, I watched the “historic” commercial space flight by Blue Origin last year with William Shatner—Captain Kirk himself—on board. It made history because Shatner

Ministry and Mental Health

About a year ago, I made one of the most critical decisions in my life and ministry. In actual fact, the decision was made for me.

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The Way of Love

At our recent Diocesan Synod, we were called to refocus on becoming a more missional diocese, and a more missional people. I know that “mission”

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The Empty Tomb Is For Everyone

The Lord is risen! The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia! The joy of this Easter message is perhaps more impactful for the Church

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The Name of Jesus

Someone once asked, “What’s in a name?” Names identify who we are, who we belong to, where we come from, and even when we were

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A Gift For God This Christmas

As we know, Christmas is traditionally the time of gift-giving and gift-receiving. This tradition of giving and receiving comes from the story of the Wise

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A Blended Church

When we entered a total lockdown last year, many were predicting the “end” of the Church. What would we do if we couldn’t gather together

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Rolling Stones

No, I’m not referring to the Rock N’ Roll band, although there is a rock, and it does roll. I’m speaking about Mark’s Gospel, chapter

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