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WHEN we talk about following Jesus often we immediately think of the call to deny ourselves, pick up the cross and follow. While that is undoubtedly true, have you ever considered that we are also invited to join in on the second leg of the Journey?

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Inside this month's issue CARING FOR THE WHOLE PERSON - Celebrating 70 years of the NHS ‘SPIRITUAL CARE SPEAKS A LANGUAGE OF MEANING AND PURPOSE’ - The Church of Scotland chaplain at the heart of Scotland’s health care ASSEMBLY 2018 - Ten page focus on this year’s annual gathering plus much more....

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This month’s question is: ‘Why are you grateful to the NHS?’
Ron Ferguson considers what it takes to make people happy.
The Very Rev Albert Bogle considers the second leg of the journey home.
As the National Health Service celebrates its 70th anniversary, Jackie Macadam considers the timeless role of hospital chaplains.
Jackie Macadam learns more about a Church of Scotland chaplain at the heart of Scotland’s health care.
Thomas Baldwin reports on this week’s gathering on the Mound in Edinburgh.
Thomas Baldwin describes the celebration which marked the 50th anniversary of the decision to ordain women to the ministry of Word and Sacrament.
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Jackie Macadam reports on the open air centrepiece of General Assembly Sunday in the Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh.
Jackie Macadam reports from this year’s Assembly Fringe.
Thomas Baldwin reports on the opening of a new community bank in Edinburgh.
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The Busy Hands Group of Banff Parish Church have launched
A new tapestry created by Glenys Small for Edzell Lethnot
While on study leave in Rome the Rev Chris Wallace
Uniformed organisations at St Andrew and St Nicholas
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Thomas Baldwin highlights the work of a support group for older men.
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John R Hume highlights an architectural treasure in Aberdeenshire.
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