Quiet Word May 2018

I guess, at one time or another, we have all done it: forgotten or misplaced our keys. The sudden sense of loss can get the adrenaline flowing especially if they are urgently required. In those moments, our brains can fast-forward into panic mode. As long as it hasn’t fallen down...

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April 2018

Gosh! Where did March go? Now April dawns with the joyful celebration of Easter. What a wonderful Saviour we have! The one who left behind the majestic glory of heaven to become a human being, born almost as an outcast with a stable as his maternity unit. His public ministry,...

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A Quiet Word – March 2018

Over a period of what seems to be many weeks, the church has journeyed through what the psalmist described as ‘the darkest valley.’ Those who have travelled with us are no longer there, and we miss them. We miss their welcome and encouragement, their working alongside us. We have known...

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February 2018

I’m told, in a cold winter, February can prove to be the coldest month of the winter – time will tell. Some notable dates spring out of February’s short 28 days. It is a month of anticipation. As the days lengthen we reach out in our thoughts to the coming...

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January 2018

Welcome to 2018! I was reminded recently that some years ago I had been involved in a discipleship course called MasterLife. It took as its starting point those words of Jesus in John 15 about remaining or abiding in him and the follow-up, “apart from me you can do nothing”....

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December 2017

Some buy new. Some search out what has been used before. Some get nostalgically attached to what has been there in the past. Christmas decorations! For some it’s a leisurely pace. For others it has all the speed and urgency of a sprint race. Christmas preparations! Whatever, it’s a time...

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