Tag Archives: grief

Naming the Grief

Hello everyone. Rob here. There is a sense right now that the world is grieving. We are seeing the stages of grief being played out in the public sphere – denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance – as we come … Continue reading

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Storms Will Come

Hi everyone. Rob here. Last week New Zealand was hit by a powerful winter storm with wind, slips,¬†snow and ice closing many roads and grounding flights and ferries. Many lost power. Some became trapped and had to spend a night … Continue reading

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Hard Life, Good God!

Hi everyone, Rob here. This afternoon I’m taking a funeral for a friend whose life was tragically cut short by Motor Neuron Disease. She was musically gifted, full of life and humour and her faith shone brightly even though she … Continue reading

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Your Grieving Heart

Hi everyone, Rob here. There have been a lot of funerals lately. In our movement a number of heroes have died. These are people who have been foundational to the life and faith of a number of people I know. … Continue reading

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