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Whether you are running a Light Party, taking your kids to an All Saints Celebration, stocking up on penny sweets (nothing costs a penny anymore) for those door knockers . . . OR, turning out the lights, ducking behind the sofa and waiting until the craziness is over . . . can I suggest you......
I listened with great interest to the first Reith lecture of this year being delivered by Kwame Anthony Appiah (there are to be another three) – check out the Reith website here for more information about them. My great interest was in what the content of the lecture might be. The subject was “Creed” from......
I was pretty excited when I heard about “Naturally Supernatural” a new conference from Soul Survivor. It should be natural for us to me living and moving in the supernatural (which, for me, is about doing the normal stuff of life in the power of the Spirit – knowing that the same power that raised......
Hey, I know we are weeks away form Christmas – but, mince pies are on the shelves, I’ve been tracking down Spyro Gyra’s Christmas album (yes really) AND . . . the Bible Society have released this fantastic video 🙂 Written and narrated by Dai Woolridge and illustrated by Emma Randall, it is beautiful to......
Lead a church? Got a children’s ministry happening? Does anyone not on your staff know it happens? I’m not joking. I get to visit a bunch of churches in my role as a youth and children’s minstry consultant and it often staggers me that if you were new to a church or walked in off......
In the Sermon on the Mount Jesus says, You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot // Matthew 5:13 What is interesting about that phrase, “no longer......
There is a powerful new advert out from NatWest. I think it has something to do with promoting their social responsibility credentials (I won’t be discussing that here!) However, the video raises some interesting questions about who we are – essentially saying that “we are what we do.” We make choices and decisions, it is......
This book aims to help children draw close to God through biblical stories of night time and sleep. What is not to love about this book? A helpful introduction from Rachel sets the scene – encouraging us to make the book our own. This is not a “how to” manual of navigating the night time......