Category Archives: taking a look

Summer 2015 backlog challenge

A friend suggested I identified some books I wanted to get read this summer – of course, this does not include those I will have to read to be ready for the new academic year, but I’ll give it a … Continue reading

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Tribute to a Pastor Part Two

My second, slightly delayed, portion of Tribute to a Pastor: Leading a Meeting This would be where his pastoral gifting and leadership anointing would be seen.  As a church who believes in the priesthood of all believers, we see an … Continue reading

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Ordinary Miracles

I have been meaning to share something of Molly Hawkin’s very readable, down to earth, and yet supernatural book, Ordinary Miracles, but now that she has put a website up making her book even more accessible, I simply direct you … Continue reading

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Heads up for the future

This a new era for me in terms of WordPress: the iPad age. And I notice that the stats on WordPress now permit me to look back at my blog and see where the real action was. I seem to … Continue reading

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Stopping the Bus

Do go and take a look at this post, from a friend of mine who I value very highly – perhaps he’ll write more if he’s encouraged by some visits!  He is a family worker at a local church and … Continue reading

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Bright Messenger of God – Handley Moule

Here is a good prayer to pray in the Mornings: I have been reading a commentary on 2 Corinthians, in preparation for a sermon, by Handley Moule, and stunned by the simplicity, the passion and the life in its pages, … Continue reading

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No one’s laughing at God

If you enjoy female singers, and have a taste for Escher and Dali, as well as obviously a recognition that God is not always represented very seriously in today’s culture, this video will hit home!   In a similar vein, … Continue reading

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Show someone love and forgiveness today – why?

Amazing post (ten years on…) from wonderful friends of mine making you grateful for every minute you have and everyone that you know and love:

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Connecting successfully

I suppose I have generally assumed that if I am following the nudges of the Holy Spirit, and getting the day started on the right foot, that I will make right connections and the Lord will lead how the day … Continue reading

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How to get a free Bible!

On this website that I have been browsing, you can get a free Bible if you like!  If you don’t want to use an online YouVersion or read one on the internet.  This website seems to be quite a good … Continue reading

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