Days of Grace
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Days of Grace

We’re living with exam stress in our house these days. It’s that time of year. And it does nothing – or little – to tell my kids I remember what it was like. All the studying, the cramped hands, late nights, deep breaths and knowing/never-quite-knowing it will be alright. Of course, I remember all that….

Judgements
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Judgements

I was lucky Conroy was in his office, or in total exasperation I would have spilled it all to the secretary – that’s how angry I was. “He’s not coming back in,” I told the principal. “I’ve had it with the kid. He’s a jerk, and he’s pushed me over the line. He’s out of…

Finding favour
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Finding favour

In a world of injustice we call and work for justice. OK, is there more? In the business world, work is cost-justified. The church is “written off” the ledger sheets in part because it is not good business and, unfortunately, because it is often not good at its business. The business of the church is grace.