Kerryn Gosbell

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# Immerse

Andy is in the middle of changing jobs, but with no time to take a longer break, on Tuesday we took the opportunity to have an overnight mini-break. We went to Marysville—a beautiful but scarred place. Last Sunday Tony asked us about significant places or experiences of worship, and for me many of these times …

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# Immerse

I was tired after a long day at work. Report writing, supporting stressed staff, responding to traumatised clients, dealing with the unrealistic demands of workers from various services as well as seemingly endless emails and phone calls had worn me out. I took my glass of soda water outside to the garden rocker in our …

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Immerse Reflections

Over the summer holidays, I had planned to clean out some boxes in the roof. Time passed and it didn’t get done. Last week Andrew pulled the boxes down, but holidays were over and so was free time. Again my days are ridiculously busy and exhausting. Working 4 days a week, studying part-time, running three …

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#Immerse 2017

The renewal of Gods people is a continuous experience. Often times we can get caught up in the patterns of church or religiosity that blinds us to the life giving nature of the God we all belong to. It is in those moments of routine that I find myself drifting back to the wisdom texts. …

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Attending to the Holy in the ordinary?

Its Christmas next Sunday. That doesn’t seem quite right. Yet when it arrives it will be a wonderful time of reflection and celebration. The following Sunday will be New Year’s day. And while so many people are absent it won’t feel much like an exciting start to a new year it will nevertheless be the …

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