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The One About Labels
Whilst I was helping to run a prayer space recently I was given these three stickers. It started with someone giving me the one that says Graeme and this was closely followed by my daughter giving me the crazy man … Continue reading
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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
The One About The Six Chair Challege
So, I’ve just watched a bit of the X factor and I’ve been shocked by what I saw. When I turned it on I witnessed the crowd chanting swap. Someone had just sung and the judge wanted them on their team, but in … Continue reading
The one about the Pig Popper
So, I bought a pig popper for £2.67 and I had fairly low expectations because of the price but it is actually a really great toy. I was expecting something quite small and flimsy, but as you can see from … Continue reading
Posted in acceptance, encouragement, Everyone is valuable, Faith, Life experiences, Treat one another the way you want to be treated Tagged being open to change, everyone is valuable, God loves us, high expectations, low expectations, open minded, prejudice, treat one another well, treat other people the way you want to be treated, treat people fairly 1 Comment
The one where a little boy wanted me to take him home.
I was packing the car at the end of a community fun day when a young boy whose parents are friends of mine asked if he could help me. He was a fantastic little worker who helped (or tried to help) take … Continue reading
Posted in acceptance, Being honest about our faith, Everyone is valuable, Faith, God loves us, Life experiences, Treat one another the way you want to be treated Tagged everyone is valuable, inclusive, it would be easier for God to do his work without us, loving one another, partnering with God, respect, treat one another well, treat other people the way you want to be treated, working together, you are valuable Leave a comment