Posts Categorized: Faith

A note to myself

Nothing to see here, please move along! Wakefield Cathedral: Jerusalem: BibleMap: Bible GeoCoding: May the Lord, Mighty God, Bless and keep you forever. Grant you peace, Perfect peace, Courage in every endeavor. Lift up your eyes and see His face, Keep His grace forever. May the Lord, Mighty God, Bless and… Read more »

Having a dream

I’ve been reading a book recently called “Gallant Women” which is a collection of stories of inspiring women and girls. Printed by the National Sunday School Union in the 1930’s it’s all a bit jolly-hockey-sticks, but entertaining all the same. A quote in the story of Mary Jones particularly struck me: But what is the… Read more »


It’s not often I write about faith, at least not on a personal level. Time to remedy that. This picture from one of my favourite cartoonists jumped out at me and said something along the lines of “Why not?”. So, here I am. I’m not sure what this picture meant to Hugh when he drew… Read more »

The truth about cartooning

A few days ago I was in a bookshop and saw my good friend Dave’s book on the shelf. It was filed inder ‘Humour’, which is more or less correct. However a closer look revealed what the owners of the shop really think about this book: It’s prophecy.

Lambeth Conference 2008: Unity or bust

Because of the Anglican bigwig conference happening at the moment in Lambeth, I thought I’d post a picture of mine from a couple of years ago… My good friend Dave Walker is there, drawing cartoons and generally being Daveish in his tent. If anyone can sort out the current ecclesiastical mess armed with just a… Read more »