Monthly Archives: May 2014

Bible Study – Armagh Clerical Union, 29/4/14 (John 10:1-10)

Over the last decade I’ve realised that I have learned more about life, more about faith, more about God, more about the world around me, more about community, more about almost everything from one single experience – being a parent. … Continue reading

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Sermon – Easter 2 (John 20:19-31) – 27:4:14

The phrase “doubting Thomas” has entered our vocabulary through this morning’s gospel reading. I don’t know about you, but I feel a great deal of sympathy with Thomas. It doesn’t, on the surface, seem unreasonable to want some proof that … Continue reading

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