About

I live near Cambridge, UK, and attempt to practise the arts of music making, poetry, painting, photography, and listening.

A built environment professional with experience in the public, private and not for profit sectors, I am passionate about sustainability and fair trade. I am pleased to devote more time to develop my skills for lay ministry in the local church.

My published works are:


Validating Ministry

Lost for Words: Decline into dementia

Amongst these Pilgrim People: Poems of ministry and place

I regularly blog on church, Christianity, poetry, nature and photography. I have published three books of poetry – ‘Validating Ministry’, ‘Lost for Words – Decline into Dementia’ and ‘Amongst these Pilgrim People’ – all available from Amazon in paperback or Kindle format.

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10 Responses to About

  1. Guy Lawson says:

    David

    Didn’t know you wrote poetry – but it’s good to know you do. Me too – we both kept that pretty quiet at RICS!

    Hope you are enjoying it, and look forward to reading more in due course.

    Best wishes

    Guy

    • Guy
      Good to hear from you and great to see you picked up my blog. Makes you wonder who else might be a closet poet at the RICS. I think I can guess who isn’t!
      I look forward to reading some of your poetry.
      You’ll see some of mine is driven by religious themes, but let me know what you think.
      Best wishes
      David

      • Guy Lawson says:

        David

        I knew you had good taste when you chose Jan Garbarek at that curious meeting in Edinburgh!

        I like poetry that celebrates the English landscape and I think you’ve captured that rather beautifully. Living in the Lake District these days, it’s hard not be affected by nature, the changing seasons, and their spiritual dimension.

        I’ll send over one of my scribbles – and hope you like it.

        Best wishes

        Guy

  2. David, thank you for visiting my blog. Your architectural images are very nice.

  3. Happy New year David and all the the best for 2014.

  4. A beautiful biography for a worthwhile cause. I sincerely wish you all the best on your journey through life.
    God bless you.

  5. lindasgalvin says:

    Thank you David for following my blog. I have also enjoyed reading some of your poetry and am happy to do likewise. Looking forward to your future posts. God bless

  6. lindasgalvin says:

    Sorry meant to say ‘liking’ my blog – Linda

  7. Thanks for stopping by my site and for following. I am honored and look forward to seeing more on your site as well David.

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