One of the curious things I have learnt through ministry is that when professionals decide to search your premises or your vehicles for information, there is absolutely no place you can hide it. They will think of far more places to find it than you ever thought of to hide it. The first time I experienced a raid for information -- eight years ago, to my vestry -- my best hiding places were found. During the past three years or so, searches have gone under concrete, inside ventilation ducts, inside a fuse box, picture frames, books, radios, and so on. OBSERVATION: And yet, critical information survived, and will survive. (I should open a consultancy).