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Nurturing faith

The Very Rev Dr John Chalmers explains why the influence of the carpenter from Nazareth should shape behaviour.

It may be that we cannot do much about the shape of our chin, but we can surely do something about the shape of our lives.

FROM the day and hour that a child is born there is a mad rush of people ready to pass an opinion on who they “take after”. This, of course, is a reference to those strong family features which are passed down the line. Brown eyes, snub noses, high-set ears – some things in life that are a given and hereditary features is one of them.

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