Confessions of a Clergy Mummy: not another harvest festival!

Before we even started the new school year my brain was re-engaging with the tune for the Paintbox Song, in which broad beans can be found sleeping in their blankety beds. For most families Harvest Festival consists of scrabbling to find a tin or packet from the foodbank list (ensurin
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October – cultivating an attitude of gratitude

As the strains of “We plough the fields and scatter” ring out across the nation, sung in the vast majority by those who have never worked the land for their daily bread, it leaves me wondering how we teach 21st century children about gratitude for God’s provision. The first obvious po
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