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Malcolm Duncan
Chalfont St Peter, Bucks
Malcolm is married to Debbie and they have four children. He lives in Buckinghamshire. He leads Gold Hill Baptist Church, is an Elim Minister, chairs Spring Harvest and is the chair of the Community Church Network. He's an author, lecturer, blogger, speaker, broadcaster and socio-political commentator and advisor. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts.
Interests: Reading, writing, swimming, walking, music, food, theatre, community development, movies, politics, travelling, theology, poetry, clarinet, opera,travelling.
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Malcolm Duncan's personal response to the comments of Franklin Graham, the President and Global CEO of Samaritan's Purse Continue reading
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Dear Friends, I wanted to confirm the arrangements for Jim Graham’s thanksgiving service with you. All are welcome to attend the Thanksgiving Service. Please encourage those you know not to be put off by parking restrictions or fear of a... Continue reading
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Thank you so much to all of you who have passed on your kind message concerning Jim. I will make sure that your thoughts are relayed to the family. I am so blessed to have walked alongside him and Anne... Continue reading
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Rev Jim Graham 19th December 1931 - 5th July 2016. 'Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his faithful servants' Psalm 116:15 The following statement is issued on behalf of Revd Jim Graham’s family. Jim was... Continue reading
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The following brief reflection is a plea to Christians across the U.K. in response to the Referendum result. So its 4:30 in the morning and I am about to drive to the airport. I've been up all night watching the... Continue reading
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The following is a transcript of a message I delivered at Gold Hill Baptist Church on Sunday 19th June 2016. Please see endnote 67 for copyright information and permissions and details of how to find the audio recording. The European... Continue reading
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Good Friday 2016 No other God has wounds Friday 25th March 2-16 Gold Hill 24He himself bore our sins in his body on the cross, so that, free from sin, we might live for righteousness; by his wounds you have... Continue reading
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''This left Jacob all alone in the camp, and a man came and wrestled with him until the dawn began to break' Genesis 32:24 (New Living Translation) We live at the point where two shadows meet. The first shadow is... Continue reading
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Dear Friends, This is a brief and heartbreaking post for me to write. Our beautiful nephew, Jonathan Mawhinney, who was 25, died tragically a few days ago. He was a beautiful, bright and witty young man with his whole future... Continue reading
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A reflection written for a Remembrance Concert on 9th November 2014 at Gold Hill Continue reading
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What does 'Pressing On' mean? When you hear the phrase 'pressing on', it could mean a number of things. Does it mean pressing a button? Does it mean mustering your determination so that you can do something, despite the difficulties... Continue reading
Malcolm Duncan would like to connect on LinkedIn. How would you like to respond? Malcolm Duncan Minister of Religion / Director of Charity Confirm you know Malcolm You are receiving Reminder emails for pending invitations. Unsubscribe. © 2013 LinkedIn Corporation.... Continue reading
Malcolm Duncan would like to connect on LinkedIn. How would you like to respond? Malcolm Duncan Minister of Religion / Director of Charity Confirm you know Malcolm You are receiving Reminder emails for pending invitations. Unsubscribe. © 2013 LinkedIn Corporation.... Continue reading
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How do we influence the culture around us without trying to control it or be controlled by it? How can a Christian live a genuine life of mission and witness without being domineering or manipulative? How does a local church influence and shape its community and how does the church influence the nation? Continue reading
From Malcolm Duncan Minister of Religion / Director of Charity at Gold Hill Baptist Church / Elim Church / Spring Harvest / Church and Community Slough, United Kingdom Typepad,I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn.- Malcolm... Continue reading
I am informing you today that I have taken the decision to withdraw from this year's Festival at Cliff College, which is taking place over the last weekend of May, for pastoral reasons. This decision has been made prayerfully and... Continue reading
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Morning Lilies' (C) Malcolm Duncan. Taken at Angkor Wat, February 2013. "The Rhythm of Rest" (This is the text of a message I brought on my visit to Cambodia in February, 2013.) 'Therefore, as the Holy Spirit say, "Today, if... Continue reading
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'Morning Lilies' (C) Malcolm Duncan. Taken at Angkor Wat, February 2013. "Rest" (This is the text of a message I brought on my visit to Cambodia in February, 2013.) Do you need to rest? There are 168 hours in a... Continue reading
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Tree in Angkor Wat The Sap Will Rise. © Malcolm J Duncan When the icy hand of winter wraps its fingers round your throat And you feel like you cannot breathe – the Sap will rise. When all you see... Continue reading
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'Simple Joy' (Taken on the roadside in Phnom Penh, Sunday 3rd February, 2013) (C) Malcolm J. Duncan. Joy is a funny thing. Joy is a funny thing. We so often mistake if for happiness or a light, Cheshire - cat... Continue reading
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"Lunch in a Rural Cambodian Village" (Taken 2nd February 2013) So today found me up with the lark and on the road out of Phnom Penh to minister to men and women who live in villages around 3 hours outside... Continue reading
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Beauty in the Midst of Pain (Picture taken at Killing Fields on 31st January 2013) I arrived in Cambodia on Tuesday 28th January and leave on the 11th February. Until the middle of the first week of February I am... Continue reading
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Labels of secondary importance... Thanks for your responses to my comments in 'Hand in Glove' my previous blog piece. As an 'evangelical' Christian, I am used to being labelled as a fundamentalist, an extremist or a bigot. Of course all... Continue reading
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Hand in Glove – where truth and integrity meet. A response to ‘A Matter of Integrity’ by my friend, Steve Chalke. Unity and Diversity - learning the art of graceful disagreement. A friend of mine recently used an illustration to... Continue reading
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A poem by my 18 year old son about Britain and its state today. Continue reading