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Regular contributor Jane Walters has been reflecting that, as we get older, we realise that we have the answers to fewer and fewer of life’s questions.
Philip Young recently presented a paper to the Quaker Universalist Group Conference on 'Life, Time and Eternity from a Christian perspective’. He shares a short extract from that paper here.
Anna Heydon encourages to make the most of the new opportunities which God offers us as we approach the more mature years of our lives.
Andrew Frere-Smith explains why there can be some positive outcomes from the trials of the last fourteen months.
Robert Ashton has become aware that his mature years are beckoning, and resolves to make the most of that potentially fruitful era of his life.
We are all hoping for a better, brighter future as Britain emerges from the pandemic, and Rev Ron Skivington, senior pastor at Stalham Baptist Church, reminds us that the church must provide the faith and hope that society needs.
Ruth Lilley has been spending more time reading God’s word each day, and has been encouraged as a result.
Regular contributor Jane Walters has been gardening, and reflecting on the need for some radical weeding!
Following the recent announcement that the coronavirus has now claimed a total of three million deaths worldwide, Philip Young reminds us that Christ’s resurrection brings us all the hope of eternal life.
Carol Holmes explains some of the blessings she has discovered during the lockdown wilderness of the last year.
As we move through Easter week, Andy Bryant reflects on the miracle of Christ’s resurrection and reminds us of the hope that it brings.
What does the future hold for us asks Dean of Norwich Cathedral, the Very Rev Jane Hedges, in her Easter reflection.
Writing in the Eastern Daily Press this Easter, the Bishop of Norwich, Graham Usher, talks of the hope of the Easter message which brings hope, joy, peace and abundant life.
All of us have been walking a long way of the cross this year, says Bishop Alan Hopes in his Easter reflection.
As she watches the house next door being re-furbished, Anna Heydon questions whether we should take the opportunity to refurbish our lives as our lifestyle starts to resume.
Regular columnist Ruth Lilley was inspired by a simple act of kindness by a child playing a game.
Jane Walters urges us to consider what imprint we will leave on the next generation.
With vaccinations providing a way to help end the Covid-19 pandemic, Rev Andy Bryant addresses those who are not so sure about having the jab and asks them to consider other people as well as themselves.
Following the appointment of the Bishop of Norwich, Graham Usher, to lead the Church of England’s Environment Programme, and in particular the areas of climate change and biodiversity loss, Philip Young explains why these matters should concern us.
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