LARKHALL OPEN STUDIOS – BATH (Deborah Keiller)

by Geoff Hall on April 29, 2010

Studio 6 – St Saviour’s Vicarage Basement Flat Claremont Road.  BA1 6LX  (entry on Beaufort Villas)  open Sat 11-5 Sun 2 – 5 Mon 11-5  (Access: small flight of stone steps) Deborah Keiller – painter and printmaker  Image – Copyright, (…)

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Translating the Invisible Wind – Part Three

by Geoff Hall on April 26, 2010

Resistance? Let’s call it the spirituality of resistance, before we get any ideas that people will be swayed by the message of Jesus through force of arms or cunningly placed ‘devices’ by the roadside and further augmented by the sophistry (…)

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Conflicting Worldviews – Venice Rooftops

by Geoff Hall on April 21, 2010

Translating the Invisible Wind – Part Two

by Geoff Hall on April 20, 2010

Collaboration?In Part One, we looked at the historical background to the birth of our faith.  We noted that rather than being a time of exile, it was a time of Occupation.  In Jeremiah chapter 29, we have an encouragement for (…)

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ARTISAN TONIGHT

by Geoff Hall on April 20, 2010

Hi, Just a last reminder that Artisan will be in Room 1 at the Watershed Media Centre tonight from 8pm till 9:30pm.  (BS1 5TX) I’ll be in the cafe/bar from 7pm if you want to join me for food. Peace, (…)

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Geoff’s Away

by Geoff Hall on April 7, 2010

Hi, Welcome to the AMG Blog. I’m sorry that I’ll be away for the next week (till 15th April) and so I won’t be posting anything till my return. Have a good week. Peace and Love, Geoffh

The Duomo, Florence at Sunset

by Geoff Hall on April 7, 2010

The Plot thickens when stirred!

by Geoff Hall on April 6, 2010

How can a writer working from a christian spirituality justify scenes of violence, or dissipation through sex, alcohol or drugs?  How can an overt sensuality and intimacy be justified in a novel or film? Whilst we have an obvious truck (…)

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Passion!!

by Geoff Hall on April 6, 2010

It’s a strange week, Passion Week, full of the extremities of human experience.  From Triumphal Entry to Crucifixion.  From loud Hosanna, to hushed words of denial and betrayal.  From the misuse of power (whether religious or political), to the exuberant (…)

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