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Celebrating ways to find the miraculous in the mundane. Text of a talk I gave at the Greenbelt Festival, Cheltenham, 2007
Notes from a talk given at the Greenbelt Festival, Cheltenham, describing my 2007 walk across Northern England, Hull back home to Liverpool, following the Transpennine motorway, which I called Walking the M62.
My Healing Places retreat material concludes with Session 5, Healing at the frontiers.
Session 4 in the Healing Places series is the possessors at the frontiers. Having reflected previously on the dispossessed, now we turn to the possessors - those to whom much has been given. who have taken possession, taken ownership, taken power - have they used their power and resou...
Healing Places retreat material 3 - The dispossessed at the frontiers.
Healing Places Part 2 - a reflection on frontier places - places of facing newness and change, of feeling vulnerable or uncertain.
A retreat at Bishop's House, Iona, April 2005. Healing places was the theme of a retreat I led at Bishop's House, Iona between 16-21 April 2005. Building on the material I'd then been developing on an urban theology of land.
The third and final part of my series Towards an Urban Theology of Land.
The second part of my series Towards an Urban Theology of Land.
Originally posted on - a paper for a Liverpool Diocese seminar.
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