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Good news jump-starter 2: Free six-week resource for your home group!

Our friends at Third Space have published a fantastic resource that is right up our street!  ‘First Steps: Sharing Jesus in Your Everyday’ is a brand new course on evangelism.  This six-week online group study explains how we can share our faith naturally, allowing you to try things out and find a method that suits you. …

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Good News Jump-starter 1: Share your testimony in fifteen seconds!

Happy New Year!  We hope you’ll join us as we jump into a new series on tried-and-tested ways to share the best news of all – the hope that can be found when we say ‘yes’ to Jesus. Whether you like or loathe New Year’s Resolutions, we’re sure you’ll agree that now is a great time to …

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Say Goodbye to 2021 and Keep a Grip on Hope

As midnight strikes on Hogmanay, many of us will be happy to say goodbye to 2021. A year that promised a return to ‘normal life, and the freedoms that a post-covid world would bring. And yet, for many, it was a year of continued uncertainty, lock-downs, loss, and disappointment. Staying in, wearing masks, working from …

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Sparkling Christmas Matters 4: The smallest gift

23p – A true story Scene: Morrisons car park, Tuesday, 1 pm A woman parks up and gets ready to go in.  She hasn’t been to this particular Morrisons for several years.  She notices there are three charity shops around the car park.  The woman checks the boot of the car to see if it …

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Sparkling Christmas Matters 3: Wrap up and venture out

Over the last year or so we’ve all adapted to sitting or standing around firepits, parked cars, garden sheds, and front doors. How can we add a little sparkle to our outdoor get-togethers?  Which of these festive ideas have you tried? – It’s not quite up my street but I could see this working on …

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Sparkling Christmas Matters 2: Food lures

As we look at ways we can get people together this Christmas, it is becoming more and more apparent to me that the lure of a mince pie, mulled wine or full meal seems to be a well-tested formula for gathering friends and taking them to events. Here, in this list compiled at our last …

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Sparkling Christmas Matters 1: Remembering loved ones

This is an incredible image from NASA showing the bright centre of a star cluster. I’m no astrophysicist but I can see that stars clustered together shine brighter than single stars. One of my favourite verses instructs us to shine like stars in the universe. This Christmas, let’s keep working together in our groups and …

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Cosy in and listen up – The pop star

Last night I watched a childhood crush of mine ‘dad-dancing’ as he belted out all the tracks from the biggest selling album of 1989 – Ten Good Reasons. Parting with 40 quid for a seat at Blackpool Opera House felt easy: of course, it would be worth it! I love Jason Donovan, don’t I? Turns …

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Cosy in and listen up – A Conversation

Me: I don’t know what to do about my darling girl. God: I know. Me: I don’t know how to face the world when it hurts so much. God: I know. Me: I feel like screaming, stamping my feet, swearing, throwing myself into the sea. Consumed with it, all the pain, the agony, the secrecy, …

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Cosy in and listen up – The eyelash

My eye was sore and I could see I had an eyelash in it.  What to do? Prod around and get it out?  Use drops? Get a bit of tissue? Leave it?  I normally try and sweep it out.  This often leaves my eye bloodshot and sore.  This time though, I left it. It stopped …

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