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Why was I annoyed? It isn’t My Woodland!
My family and I went to Hanningfield Reservoir yesterday for a quiet day out but it turned out though that it was the Hanningfield Triathlon and so our walk was far from peaceful! For the first part of our walk, … Continue reading
Every Church needs a Lucy
So, I asked my daughter if she would rather go to our church or the church that she had visited with me the week before. She said that she would like to go back to the other church and when I asked … Continue reading
Posted in acceptance, Blessed to be a blessing, Everyone is valuable, Faith, Life experiences, Loving one another, Respect, Welcome Tagged everyone is valuable, how welcoming is the church, life experiences, listening shows you value someone, love one another, love one another as I have loved you, wecloming people in church, welcoming, you are valuable 1 Comment
Loving people because we Love them, not because we ought to Love them
So, we finished Homegroup (a group of people meeting in a home to explore faith) last night by asking God to speak to us. As we were quiet, Christine began to talk about God’s love and how we need to … Continue reading
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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Tissues for Mothers Day
Mothers day is a day that brings either great joy or great sadness to different people. We attempted to recognize this at church this morning by handing out tissues in pretty packets to all of the ladies. Tissues are helpful when we cry … Continue reading
Posted in Blessed to be a blessing, creative communication, Everyone is valuable, Faith, God loves us, Life experiences, Loving one another, Treat one another the way you want to be treated Tagged love one another, love one another as I have loved you, mothering sunday, mothers day, mothers day can be painful, poem for mothers day 3 Comments
The One About True Love
Some thoughts about true love as a gift to you all this Valentines day. Love is patient and kind. Love is not jealous or boastful or proud or rude. It does not demand its own way. It is not irritable, … Continue reading
How Do You Treat Your Minions?
So, who are your minions and how do you treat them? In the Despicable me films, the minions (the little yellow characters) are the servants of and workers for Gru. They do his work, they cook and clean for him and they … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Loving one another, Treat one another the way you want to be treated Tagged how do we treat others, how do we treat our minions, love one another, love one another as I have loved you, minions, treat one another well, treat other people the way you want to be treated, treat people fairly Leave a comment
Do you love the church?
So, I was sat there feeling pretty miserable and then I heard the words: Do you love the church? This all happened a long time ago. Life was tough and things were not going well at the church I was … Continue reading
Posted in church, Faith, God loves us, Life experiences, Loving one another Tagged Christ loved the church and gave his life up for her, Do you love the church?, Ephesians 5 25, God loves us, john 13 34-35, love one another, love one another as I have loved you, nothing I can do to make God love me more, we are all imperfect, your love for one another will show that you are my disciples 1 Comment