thanks

By |2013-12-31T20:51:55+00:00December 31st, 2013|church life, coaching, discipleship, faith, leadership, personal, theology|

"Yesterday we look back to our Ebenezers the stake in the ground marking when you supplied we remember. we believe. we are grateful. for yesterdays provision. thanks. Today we enjoy your presence with us as we gather around this table with friends we share. we encourage. we are grateful. for todays provision. thanks. Tomorrow we look towards the future be our bucket of hope filled to the brim we learn. we trust. we are grateful. for tomorrows provision. thanks." From my friends at Bless: words by Amy and image by Jon.

parts of my day…

By |2012-10-12T22:30:19+00:00October 12th, 2012|church life, coaching, discipleship, faith, fun, leadership, personal, random|

....autumnal-winter really isnt my favourite season the way to deal with emails isn't to choose which one to do: but just to do them, in order to empty the box! I'm really slow at ironing... .....its really far too cold! loss and death leave the heart more than a little-shredded..... when customer service unhelpfulness bottom's out at, "there could be any number of reasons!"....it makes you want to scream...... "...this government are phasing out roman numerals,....not on my watch!" Mock the week, and Milton Jones, can be strangely therapeutic admin, emails, reading, admin, and more admin today! I did damage [...]

STW 19.ii.2012

By |2012-02-20T07:39:53+00:00February 19th, 2012|church life, faith, fun, personal|

Sunday taught what...... some of life from today! Love endures all things......Love defines itself by what it gives.....not its surrounds. From timely 0830 bcp reminder,...."The hearts of kings are in thy rule and governance." Our God is sovereign and He is good. A three-bird roast from Sainsburys allegedly feeds up-8, was bargain goodness at £10 and enjoyed! Great table fellowship today......though I still need to do better at vegetarian cooking! Great article full of learnings from our failings. Five strategies from the  brilliant and inimitable Michael Hyatt. Failure isn't so bad if it doesn't attack the heart. Success is alright if it doesn't [...]