I am now a has-been. I have become an “ex”.
Right Rev Susan Brown: Our church may be smaller but it is more deeply committed than ever to doing good
In just a few weeks’ time my term of office as Moderator will come to an end and the next Moderator will, like a new boiler, be installed.
Domestic violence will only be tackled if everyone – not least our faith communities – talks about it openly
I am not a great movie goer but I love the film “Chocolat” which was released in the UK in 2001.
You need to read this column whilst making room in your head for a quick burst of the Village People singing “In the Navy”.
They say that travel broadens a person's horizons, so as I write this I am planning a trip to Portknockie.
In Dornoch, on the last day of the year, we build a seven tier labyrinth in the middle of the Cathedral using stones and nightlights.
In my travels around Scotland, I found myself sitting down with a recently retired community midwife who had worked in one of the most deprived parts of Scotland in the heart of the Press and Journal’s wide circulation area.
Would you be willing to give up your work, your home comforts, seeing family and friends, having a ‘normal’ life, in order to kill others or to be killed yourself?
Our daughter Hannah went to New Zealand on her own, booking a room in a hostel at random, from her flat in Edinburgh.
The summer holidays have come to an end and the schools are back. It is an exciting prospect for some pupils and daunting for others.