Monthly Archives: January 2008

Borrowed or Lent (Thought for the month – Febraury)

Christmas decorations are long gone. Even Burns Night will soon be a distant memory. In stores up and down the land, Easter eggs are already appearing. But our local supermarket has a single poster reminding people that Tuesday 5th February … Continue reading

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The Nooma-n for a new generation?

If you’ve seen the Nooma videos, you’ll appreciate Rob Bell’s mix of cultural savvie and sincere spirituality. This “Time” interview gives a good overview of his work to connect a younger generation with the realities of Christian living. He’s probably … Continue reading

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Why Grimsby?

You may be asking, “why was he doing meetings in Grimsby?” Indeed, you may even be asking, “Where is Grimsby?” It’s here! I was born in Cleethorpes in 1963, and lived in the back of 10 Brighton Street, just yards … Continue reading

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Still alive and kicking

In case you have wondered if I’m still alive, I thought I’d better post something. Shortly after Swanwick Councils, everything got rather busy. Funerals, conducting meetings in Grimsby, numerous carol services in old folks’ homes, funerals, corps events and a … Continue reading

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