World Cup ties

Published: 31st May 2018

Bishop Clive celebrates the ties of football and multiculturalism

First an anxious huddle

Published: 30th April 2018

Our hope is for real

Why the winner doesn't take it all

Published: 13th April 2018

Morrissey, Ant & Dec and systematic theology. It's not a competition, says Lindsey Hall.

A King's Legacy

Published: 4th April 2018

Praying 'yet, not what I want, but what you want' can be fatal

Dead or Alive

Published: 31st March 2018

Bishop Mark's waxes lyrically on awesome pebbles and closed shells.

The Power of Words

Published: 1st March 2018

Authority of newspapers and ourselves

Valuing people with Down's Syndrome

Published: 16th February 2018

A personal perspective on the subject recently discussed at General Synod

Face recognition

Published: 1st February 2018

Seeing in unlikely places

Variety enables enrichment

Published: 1st January 2018

Avoiding isolation is good for all of us.

Following Christ in the footsteps of....Mary

Published: 13th December 2017

Lindsey Hall reflects on the huge risk Mary took in saying 'yes' to God.

God is now here

Published: 1st December 2017

God doesn't have to be persuaded to be interested in us

Taming Flame Wars

Published: 1st November 2017

Spoken word and written flame

Following Christ in the footsteps of....Martin Luther King Jr

Published: 18th October 2017

Lindsey Hall reflects on the life of an American icon during Black History Month.

The Cross - a symbol of love

Published: 30th September 2017

Speaking out against 'a kind of blasphemy'

Strengthened by a Diet of Worms

Published: 1st September 2017

Luther, the Reformation, faith, politics and pilgrimage

De-stress or distress?

Published: 1st August 2017

A time to unwind and de-stigmatise

Foundations from failure

Published: 1st July 2017

Bishop Mark, Homer Simpson, and Churchill on failure.

St Chad's godly death

Published: 16th June 2017

Bishop Michael reflects on a death well died.

Let your light shine

Published: 31st May 2017

Who am I - priest, beacon, servant?

Vocations Sunday

Published: 6th May 2017

We are all called. God has given each of us gifts to use for the life of the kingdom.

Countdown to Vocations Sunday - 6

Published: 5th May 2017

Any job can be a vocation, whether or not others think of it as something you are 'called' to do.

Countdown to Vocations Sunday - 5

Published: 4th May 2017

Often we have lots of vocations, things that we are called to be and do, and these change over time.

Countdown to Vocations Sunday - 4

Published: 3rd May 2017

One of our Readers tells the story of her call to be a school teacher and a Reader

Countdown to Vocations Sunday - 3

Published: 2nd May 2017

Sometimes responding to vocation means making changes

Reconciliation on the cards

Published: 2nd May 2017

"... in Christ God was reconciling the world to himself, not counting their trespasses against them, and entrusting the message of reconciliation to us. So we are ambassadors for Christ, since God is making his appeal through us... "

Countdown to Vocations Sunday - 2

Published: 1st May 2017

God's call is not always straightforward.

Countdown to Vocations Sunday - 1

Published: 30th April 2017

Everyone is called.

Pathways, Songlines and Footsteps

Published: 6th April 2017

What links Aboriginal dreams and a Mercian missionary?

Special Ones

Published: 14th March 2017

A month after Valentines Day, Clare Spooner reflects on another special status.

Come follow Christ in the footsteps of St Chad

Published: 28th February 2017

In the March Bishop's Blog, the 99th Bishop of Lichfield reflects on the life of the first.

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