Bishop Clive celebrates the ties of football and multiculturalism
Our hope is for real
Morrissey, Ant & Dec and systematic theology. It's not a competition, says Lindsey Hall.
Praying 'yet, not what I want, but what you want' can be fatal
Bishop Mark's waxes lyrically on awesome pebbles and closed shells.
Authority of newspapers and ourselves
A personal perspective on the subject recently discussed at General Synod
Seeing in unlikely places
Avoiding isolation is good for all of us.
Lindsey Hall reflects on the huge risk Mary took in saying 'yes' to God.
God doesn't have to be persuaded to be interested in us
Spoken word and written flame
Lindsey Hall reflects on the life of an American icon during Black History Month.
Speaking out against 'a kind of blasphemy'
Luther, the Reformation, faith, politics and pilgrimage
A time to unwind and de-stigmatise
Bishop Mark, Homer Simpson, and Churchill on failure.
Bishop Michael reflects on a death well died.
Who am I - priest, beacon, servant?
We are all called. God has given each of us gifts to use for the life of the kingdom.
Any job can be a vocation, whether or not others think of it as something you are 'called' to do.
Often we have lots of vocations, things that we are called to be and do, and these change over time.
One of our Readers tells the story of her call to be a school teacher and a Reader
Sometimes responding to vocation means making changes
"... 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... "
God's call is not always straightforward.
Everyone is called.
What links Aboriginal dreams and a Mercian missionary?
A month after Valentines Day, Clare Spooner reflects on another special status.
In the March Bishop's Blog, the 99th Bishop of Lichfield reflects on the life of the first.