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Geometric power: The circle church

The architecture of church buildings, despite Christianity‚Äôs institutional decline in the Western world today, continues to draw our attention. For the most part, these are beautiful buildings, appealing to the eye whose symbols etched in paint, glass and images conveyed … Continue reading

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Courage and Joy

Last night, the hustle and bustle of getting ready, and anticipating the birth. Last night, the noise, the anxiety, the smelly stable, the animals, the shepherds, the chorus of heaven singing in the starry, silent night. “Joy to the world” … Continue reading

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A funeral sermon at Christmas

In these days leading to Christmas, Mary mother of Jesus figures prominently in the story-telling. Traditionally, Mary has been imagined by Christians as a passive, placid, sweet and quiet girl. Certainly she is portrayed like this in many a Sunday … Continue reading

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Marriage: for the heavy-haul

“For if they fall, one will lift up the other” (Ecclesiastes 4:10) On the journey of life, how well we do depends on with whom we travel. And how well we travel together. I like the name of your business … Continue reading

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