God moves in a mysterious way – but is Himself His own Interpreter

William Wordsworth considered the words of another William, Cowper, to be “the only poet whom he thought worthwhile learning off-by-heart”. Quote books are heavy laden with his gems, and most of us will be familiar with the opening words of one of his most famous... read more

The importance of Tallying and Triangulation in seeking direction

How many decisions we make during the course of a day! What to wear, what to eat, when to make a call, what gift to take a friend, how to tackle a project we are undertaking . . . These are everyday matters – and in them we find a training ground for learning to... read more

The work of triangulation in decision-making

Part One: An introduction “Am in Market Harborough. Where ought I to be?” (GK Chesterton in a telegram to his wife) A matter must be established by the testimony of two or three witnesses. (Deuteronomy 19:15) Whilst some matters are simple and clear-cut: ‘God says it,... read more