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malcolm chamberlain

musings about the emerging church, mission and contemporary culture...

God is at large, intimately involved in his world in ways that the church is maybe just waking up to!

Pakistan photos...

Thursday, September 28, 2006

I've finally got around to uploading a small selection of photos from the Encounter trip to Pakistan earlier this month. This set can be found on Flickr 'here' and each photo is accompanied by a title and text hopefully explaining what it is clearly!

Another member of the team, Ruth, has also posted some of her photos 'here' - I've tried not to reproduce her pictures, so it's worth looking at both sets.


Feel free to ask any questions about the trip or the photos in the comments to this post!

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posted by Malcolm Chamberlain, 3:04 PM

1 Comments:

Welcome back, Malcolm!

Particularly moved by the photo of the drug users' bridge - perhaps as much because of the absence of people in view as because of the squalid conditions. You have to 'people' the picture yourself - risking becoming complicit in the act of allowing such a place to exist, at least whilst you seek to populate it.

Just to say, post-GB I've been busy too. As a result of some spiritual direction at GB I've got myself invited to a meeting within the Newcastle diocese to discuss a possible (okay, definite) vocation as a vicar. So how to define such a vocation when I'm on a 'churchless faith' journey? Any ideas?

commented by Blogger Steve Lancaster, 4:42 PM  

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