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Tag Archives: don’t give up the habit of meeting together
The One About Being Connected
We went for a walk yesterday and for reasons that only they fully understand, my girls decided to tie themselves together with loom bands. Connecting themselves to one another didn’t make walking along easier but it certainly did make becoming separated impossible … Continue reading
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Is Church Primarily about Meeting Together or Sharing Life Together?
Yesterday, a homeless man offered to make me some toast. I was visiting 57 West, a church plant in Southend, which connects with people who are or who have been homeless. I had turned up for their drop in session and was … Continue reading
Posted in church, discipleship, Faith, Life experiences Tagged 57 West Southend, caring church, church, Church from Scratch Southend, don't give up the habit of meeting together, I'm coming back to the heart of church, If you want to go fast go alone If you want to go far go together African Proverb, love one another, there is only one church, traveling together, whose church is it anyway?, you cannot be a disciple alone Leave a comment
We Are Family, Right?
I was looking through some old pictures and I came across this photo of an activity we did at church. Everyone was invited to put their fingerprint onto the canvas as a sign that our individuality makes up a united … Continue reading
Posted in church, creative communication, Faith, Life experiences, Loving God Tagged 1 corinthians 12 12-27, adopted into God's family, alone, body of Christ, Church unity, community, created for community, creative communication, don't give up the habit of meeting together, If you want to go fast go alone If you want to go far go together African Proverb, one body many parts, unity, unity of the Spirit, you cannot be a disciple alone 2 Comments
I’ve got to get out more!
So, it was one of those awkward times when you have to go out to work but that really you just want to stay at home and hide. At least that is how it started, but I am glad to … Continue reading
Posted in discipleship, Faith, Life experiences, Loving one another, working together Tagged caring community, community, don't give up the habit of meeting together, everybody needs somebody, If you want to go fast go alone If you want to go far go together African Proverb, loving one another, no man is an island, relationships, traveling together, working together, you cannot be a disciple alone Leave a comment
A great excuse for not going to church
Jesus was in his home town and he went to the synagogue on the Sabbath. He read from the Bible and said a few words but things didn’t go well after this. Jumping up, they mobbed him and forced him … Continue reading