Sun 28th May 17

As a family we were appalled as news came in of the atrocity that took place in Manchester on Monday night. Although acts of terror should never cease to shock us, when events take place so close to home they can suddenly seem all the more horrific. As news footage...

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Greatest Manifesto Sun 14th May

Before any of us expected, we are back into the swing of a General Election campaign. Last night as I listened to the news of manifesto claims and counter claims, I was drawn back to what must be the greatest manifesto of all time. In Luke Chapter 4, the Gospel...

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George Muller Sun 7th May

A couple of times in recent weeks, I have shared with others about George Muller (1805-1898). Muller was a German, who was so moved by the poverty that he encountered in Bristol, that he gave his life to care for over 1000 orphans and establishing a network of schools that...

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