Posts Tagged ‘Vaughan Park’

To be silent is to be unfaithful

Friday, May 16th, 2014

All of us have been and the generations to come, will be born into an inheritance of one kind of another. Part of that inheritance is that we are heirs of a world scarred by the internationalising and industrialising of the slave-owning and slave-trading nations of the past and that much historic prosperity has been Read more

The spirituality of blood on the floor

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

A bunch of blokes were gathered in a holy huddle at the back of a cathedral, worried that no one seemed to be listening to their good news anymore. Par for the course now but this was Paris during the Second World War. A world in turmoil meant people were thinking for themselves, taking up Read more

Christmas in Fiji

Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

The light shines in the darkness –and the darkness has never put it out. John 1:5   The family of Kula, the parrot, has flown around the Fiji coastland and bush for as long as anyone can remember. The ancestors of Mongoose travelled from India with people who came to work on the sugar plantations. Read more