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Category Archives: time
Advent 11: Change Takes Time
At first, Zechariah hadn’t believed that he and his wife could have a child, even when God promised that it would happen. Fast forward just over 9 months and at the circumcision ceremony of his son (you know, the one … Continue reading
Posted in Advent, change, christmas, Christmas story, Faith, time Tagged Advent, change takes time, christmas, Christmas story, first Christmas, John the Baptist, let god change you, luke 1 2 Comments
Are we too busy for what really matters?
This is a blog about those moments when we have too much to do. It’s a reflection on what opportunities and blessings we may miss out on when we run around like headless chickens. I’m having a busy time this … Continue reading
‘On this site Sept 5, 1782 nothing happened’. A friend of mine found this written on a plaque in Berkeley Square in London. I did a quick Google search to try to find out the story behind the sign and it … Continue reading
Just in time
At toddlers yesterday we were short of helpers and I needed to drive my son to a course he is doing leaving even less responsible adults helpers. When I got back Brian was there, he had dropped some things off … Continue reading