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    This week in Canterbury and Birmingham, the Lambeth Conference of Bishops and the Commonwealth Games of Athletes between them encompass 165 countries and a population of 2.4 billion people. 

Moving between the two world-wide gatherings gives a vivid picture of human potential in an awesome array of talent and endeavour, teamwork and mutual support. 
    The Bishop's Comment: A game of two halves

    This week in Canterbury and Birmingham, the Lambeth Conference of Bishops and the Commonwealth Games of Athletes between them encompass 165 countries and a population of 2.4 billion people.  Moving between the two world-wide gatherings gives a vivid picture of human potential in an awesome array of talent and endeavour, teamwork and mutual support.  Read More

    For a week and a half, hundreds of thousands of members of the Commonwealth will converge on Birmingham to celebrate life, health, opportunities and hope for the future. However, there will be some, outside of the public eye and on the edges of society, who will not be able to share in these celebrations ...
    It’s a Penalty – Help prevent abuse, exploitation and trafficking

    For a week and a half, hundreds of thousands of members of the Commonwealth will converge on Birmingham to celebrate life, health, opportunities and hope for the future. However, there will be some, outside of the public eye and on the edges of society, who will not be able to share in these celebrations ... Read More

    A wise Christian said that, when faced with too many things to do, they got up even earlier to allow more time for prayer.
This is a habit that rewards richly, rooting our uncertain and fragmented lives in a loving, trustworthy relationship with almighty God through Lord Jesus Christ. 
    The Bishop's Comment: Love to Pray

    A wise Christian said that, when faced with too many things to do, they got up even earlier to allow more time for prayer. This is a habit that rewards richly, rooting our uncertain and fragmented lives in a loving, trustworthy relationship with almighty God through Lord Jesus Christ.  Read More

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