Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Apron of Humility

There is a saying in the UK that you can wait ages for a bus to come along and then three come at once – it must seem a bit like that with this blog!  I’ve neglected it a bit … Continue reading

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The heartbeat of God

On a beautiful late summer afternoon I was taken to visit the site of the Latvian concentration camp at Salaspils. I had never visited such a place before so had no idea what to expect. During the Second World War … Continue reading

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‘…how hardly souls are wooed and won…’

I’m now beginning my second round of visits to the Salvation Army corps in Latvia and so I’ve recently been back to Riga 2. They meet for worship on a Saturday, partly because Andrejs and Irina, the officers there, are … Continue reading

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When does ‘they’ become ‘we’?

I’ve had this question on my mind for a long time and have been meaning to muse on it here. It all started in the early days of writing the blog when I asked a friend, whose opinion I value … Continue reading

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