My life changed in the dock: Paul Jessop’s Story

26th August 2015
I WAS quite a way through an 11-year prison sentence. I sat in my cell, doing a lot of reading and thinking. “Who am I?” I thought. I needed to understand myself, to know why I did bad things and I began to write a journal about my life. Out of the blue, I began […]

Community, celibacy and mission in Milton Keynes

19th March 2014
This post is a revised version of one that appeared on the Undivided blog this month. “FOR A long time, we’d been doing some outreach in Milton Keynes. This involved taking part in local-led community events such as fun days held on local council estates. All of us had a hunger to do more and […]

Some astounding news

12th September 2012
SACK living for the old, normal, natural things. The comfortable things. The predictable. Sack living a this-is-how-it’s-always-been kind of life. An everyone-else-does-it-so-it-must-be-the-way-to-go kind of life. A norms-of-society-don’t-rock-the-boat-live-a-decent-life-get-a-job-have-a-family-buy-a-house-with-a-nice-little-dog-two-cars-and-a-beautifully-paved-drive-all-nicely-placed-in-the-middle-of-the-road kind of life. Sack that! Living for Jesus is about the never-seen-before, not the always-been-there; it’s a journey of discovery into what’s on its way, what’s coming in, […]
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