Lucy interviews… Peter

‘Gesundheit!’ says Peter, after I sneeze. It must be the dusty evening Jerusalem air. We are sat in a busy tavern, ready for a quick bite to eat. ‘You’ll have to forgive me,’ Peter says in perfect English, ‘I’m only having a quick drink. I’ve already had food today at John’s. And Mary
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Clergy Mummy: moments in May

May Day is one of our nation’s great celebrations of fertility: ritual washing in the dew on the 1st of May to ensure beauty, and young girls dancing around a May Pole, all very phallic! Personally, I have spent three May Days in a very fertile state – being 3, 6 and 7 months pregnant
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June – Pentecost for the non-Pentecostal

“I wish He was still here.” sighed Pigwig*, looking at the picture of Jesus in her Bible. “I mean, really here, so we could see Him.” I could identify with that! A helpful sermon illustration came to mind. “Did you know there are sevon billion people in the world?” I asked her. She ga
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