After a bittersweet communion service during the week, a friend asked me what I’d like prayer for, my request was this: wisdom to know what are my battles to fight and what are the ones in which I am to keep still. Moses knows he is going into battle but that it is not his… Continue reading Chains Or Treasure?
GUEST POST:// Laura Collingridge is a first-year ordinand at Wycliffe Hall studying for the Durham BA. Sent from Soul Survivor Watford in St Alban's Diocese, she was formerly a university administrator and a non-resident member of the Community of St Anselm, and she blogs at https://lollingridge.wordpress.com/. I LOVE community. I also find it hard, because… Continue reading The Five Circles Of Community
GUEST POST:// Georgina Elsey is a London ordinand in her second year of three at Cranmer Hall, Durham. She used to be a stage manager working in musical theatre and dance, and she has been blogging her vocation journey at http://www.thewayishouldwalkin.blogspot.co.uk. Now, I will admit, I am opinionated. Very opinionated actually, and the self-awareness does… Continue reading Let’s Agree To Disagree
GUEST POST:// Edward Keene is a former solicitor and is in his second year at Wycliffe Hall as an ordinand, while researching church history. The church can seem a strange place sometimes, even to its own members. Ancient scriptures? Multi-phase liturgy? The Holy Ghost? Even ‘membership’ itself - no one does membership any more, in our… Continue reading A Miscellany Of Muddled Misconceptions