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Regular contributor Jane Walters has been recalling her youth, and thanks God for His faithful leading during her life.
As we are in the midst of the Harvest Festival season, when many churches hold services of harvest thanksgiving, Kevin Gotts shares a harvest-time tale with us.
As the nation starts to return to normal following the state funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Philip Young suggests how we should now look to move forward under our new monarch.
As we reflect on the state funeral of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II, John Kuhrt reminds us how much she proclaimed her Christian faith in her Christmas messages to the nation.
Regular contributor Andy Bryant questions whether the pursuit of growth is really the fairest answer to the cost-of-living crisis, and challenges us to consider our nation’s role in God’s creation.
Ruth Lilley has been to the seaside, and reflects on the words that ran through the middle of her stick of rock.
Andrew Frere Smith wonders whether our church premises could be used even more to bring some warmth and light into people’s lives during the coming winter.
Jane Walters reminds us that God is our refuge even when the winds of change seem like a hurricane all around us.
Regular contributor Philip Young is hoping that our new Prime Minister will pursue God’s agenda for our country.
Andy Bryant argues that the role of the Church should not be driven by ephemeral whims of the news headlines or social media, but should follow God’s agenda.
Ruth Lilley explains why she is reluctant to say goodbye to this year’s primary class, and then face a brand new class in the autumn.
Jane Walters has been catching up on some Christian reading, and has discovered the joys of including a good book in her daily routine.
Andrew Frere-Smith urges us to work together and share our assets in order to tackle the worsening cost of living situation.
As we move through a period of increasing industrial unrest, Andy Bryant urges us to spend more time listening to each other’s point of view..
Regular contributor Philip Young believes that there is an alternative to the judgemental and often cruel attitudes in our society.
Robert Ashton has been questioning the label that could be applied to his beliefs, and shares his refreshingly honest thoughts with us.
Despite the hardships many around the world are currently facing, Ruth Lilley suggests that laughter is an important part of our lives.
Regular contributor Jane Walters cherishes the opportunities to work together with others rather than independently.
Following last week’s opinion column on Network Norfolk, where Andy Bryant made a case for the role of older people in our churches, Rev Dr Patrick Richmond explains why it is essential to attract younger people to the faith.
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