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The Real Meaning of ‘Easter…’

I first blogged this (true) story back in about 2007 I think, but every so often I am overwhelmed with the desire to blog it again.  Because there is really nothing quite like it, I feel.  At least, not in my experience, I’m pleased to say.  For this is a tale that nobody could ever […]

Good Friday in Wales

I don’t often repeat my blog posts, But I’m making an exception today because it’s Good Friday. And in Wales, Good Friday translates as Crucifixion Friday. Some years ago, people from a group of churches in the next town down the Valley from here took this rather to heart, and decided bring the ‘real meaning […]

The real meaning of Easter…..?

I first blogged this (true) story last September, but really it belongs to Easter, so I am taking the liberty of blogging it again. Apologies to those of you who have read it before, but truly, this is a tale that nobody could ever have invented. Something so surreal that you have to pinch yourself […]

A local Crucifixion

The great thing about writing is that sometimes you come across a story that NO-ONE could ever have invented. Something so surreal that you have to pinch yourself to make sure it’s true. And being Wales, these things happen more often than you’d expect… A few years back a Christian charity decided to bring the […]