Sacred Space on Your Desktop – March Life & Work

 

Sacred Space on Your Desktop is just one of the many features in March’s Life and Work magazine. See Anne Macintosh for a copy.

Church and Play

Jackie Macadam learns about Godly Play, a different approach to working with children in the Church

A Life of Service

Jackie Macadam meets writer and storyteller Irene Howat

‘You Feel More Dead than Alive’

Thomas Baldwin meets a young minister aiming to end the stigma around mental illness

‘I Know How You Feel’

Three contributors explain why offering sympathy to those suffering chronic or long-term illness is better than trying to empathise with their condition

A Time for Reflection

Ron Ferguson considers the place of Lent in today’s turbulent world.

A Changed and Changing Environment

The Rt Rev Dr Russell Harr highlights the lessons to be learned from the innovative farming communities of Perthshire.

Sacred Space on Your Desktop

The Very Rev Albert Bogle explains why the internet can be a touching place for the presence of God

Opening Doors

In the final part of his series, the Very Rev Dr Andrew McLellan considers an unlikely escape from prison

 

Plus news, reviews, letters, registers and crosswords – all for just £2.50

 

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