posted: 23 Dec 2014 comments: 3category: Unassigned
I was driving in Edinburgh yesterday afternoon when my ‘hands free phone’ rang in the car. I was greeted with the terrible breaking news that a runaway bin lorry had careered over 250 yards down Queen Street: one of the busiest streets in Glasgow, injuring a number of people while others were assumed dead. I took a deep breath as i learned that a member of my family had just walked past the scene of the accident about five minutes before the horrific incident took...
posted: 19 Dec 2014
For the past few weeks I’ve been thinking that its time I started writing the blog again. So here goes with my first post leading up to Christmas.
On Wednesday I attended the funeral of Nancy Crawford. Nancy was my wife’s mother’s eldest sister. She died last week aged ninety-nine. If only she could have made her one-hundredth birthday!
I want to write a story about Nancy to encourage all of us to take seriously the promptings of God in our lives, especially when we...
posted: 20 Sep 2014
The voting is over. The people have spoken. The referendum question has been answered. However, the answer raises a much more important issue, not only for our politicians but for all who, in anyway, are concerned about the common good of the people of these islands.
The issue is, that we can no longer continue with business as usual, when so many of the electorate have voted to leave the union. Some who voted no, did so because they were promised that additional powers...