Like pretty much everyone else, I’ve been fed up of the debate surrounding the EU referendum since before it started. One thing that has particularly struck me is the lack of engagement with any of the real issues, on either side. The Remain camp are solidly focussing on short-term economic […]

EU: some questions

A few weeks ago, my art teacher asked us all to choose a favourite artist for a Show And Tell. I chose Bridget Riley who has been my favourite artist since I was a student 25 years ago. I went to an exhibition with a couple of her works over […]

Real art

My hometown recently celebrated its 1100th anniversary*, so I had a lot of history to choose from for the Iron Craft ‘Hometown History’ challenge. I chose to honour Aethelflaed, the lady who founded the ‘burh’ (borough) in 913, established the castle and the pottery industry. She was the daughter of […]

Aethelflaed, Lady of Mercia

As always, feel free to download, print, copy and use as much as you like, but please don’t distribute them yourself for free or for money. Thanks! Philippians 3:13-14 phil3   John 3:16 john 316 colouring        

More colouring!

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I’ve been doing an art class this term, on my day off, and it is SO MUCH FUN. It’s a perfect reason to get up, get dressed and leave the house. We laugh a lot. We play with colours and shapes and patterns. We sometimes make things we’re amazed by. […]

There has been crafting aplenty!

Virtually Human: Flourishing in a Digital World Ed Brooks and Pete Nicholas IVP: Nottingham, 2015 First I want to say that this book is fine. If you’re looking for a way to start thinking about how you interact with different kinds of technology, especially online, as a Christian, you’ll find […]

Book review: Virtually Human