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Category Archives: contentment
Are we Learning to Look to our Lord in Lockdown?
So, let’s be honest, many of us are struggling! 2021 began with such hope, Covid vaccines were becoming available and the end to the pandemic appeared to be just around the corner and yet we find ourselves in lockdown again. … Continue reading
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I’m not having the best day
My day hasn’t gone brilliantly so far. I decided to deliver the 300 remaining flyers for our church fun day and when I was most of the way around the heavens opened and I got soaked. We then had a phone … Continue reading
Posted in Being honest about our faith, contentment, Faith, Life experiences, Life in all it's fullness, Listening to God, Relationship with God Tagged don't let negative experiences put you off, don't let your circumstances define you, happiness depends on our circumstances, now I am deeply discouraged but I will remember you, Psalm 42, seeing past the negative, shaped by my experiences, thankful in all circumstances, trust God, trust in God, trusting even when things go wrong, when things go wrong, why am I discouraged Leave a comment
The one about masks
At a recent family event at Orchard Baptist we thought about superheroes and the children who wanted to made masks. There were some really impressive creations and we got this great picture of some of some of the children at … Continue reading
Are you green with envy?
As I look through my Facebook feed there are more and more of my friend’s holiday pictures appearing each day. How do you feel when you see people’s holiday pictures? When you see someone pictured somewhere you have always wanted to go or … Continue reading
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Back to life, back to reality
I’ve been on holiday for the past few days (did you miss me?) Tracey and I celebrated our wedding anniversary with a short break in the Peak district and we had an amazing time. It’s wonderful being on holiday isn’t it. … Continue reading
Your attitude can make you happy even when your circumstances should make you miserable
I’m writing this on Saturday night after a long day. I put up a bouncy castle I took one of the kids to town to buy new shoes I let someone into church to have a party (we need more … Continue reading
It’s nearly Easter!!
Apparently Easter is here and I need to catch these Easter bunnies while I can. Believe it or not, I took this picture in a shop a few days ago. I was talking with the cashier about it and they … Continue reading
Back to life, back to reality
Lots of us are returning to normal life after a Christmas spent having fun, relaxing and eating too much. That first day back at work after a holiday can be a killer and it’s all too easy to spend our lives regretting … Continue reading