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Sunday 10th May – Breakfast on the Beach

The Salvation Army, Prestonpans Corps Worship@Home Sunday, 10 May 2020 Major Steven Turner Sing: Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (Tune: Lobe den Herren on hymnary.org ) Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation; O my soul, … Continue reading

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The Olde Sweet Shoppe

Originally written for Faithwriters weekly Challenge – Thursday 11th February 2016 – unedited I’ve just eaten a turtle, and it was delicious! Not the kind that swims in the sea and lays its eggs on İztuzu Beach (that’s in Turkey, … Continue reading

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Let’s be honest…

Pulpit view for Hawick News Friday 15th February 2013 by Major Steven Turner In this country of horse lovers, there is understandable outrage at the contamination of processed foods with horsemeat. How would you feel about the animal on which … Continue reading

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Seeing God’s creation

From a lovely lunch alfresco, it was good to be able to step out of the heat of the day (yes, I do mean heat for those of you who find it hard to believe it is ever hot in … Continue reading

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Aliens and Strangers

(Originally from my journal 28/08/2007) Hawick Corps is currently sojourning across the river in Wilton parish. We’ve been loaned their Boys Brigade Chapel whilst our hall is rewired and receives new toilets. Our hall was built in the early sixties … Continue reading

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Up from Down Under

(Originally from my journal 27/08/2007) As a strong proponent of church unity, I feel slightly guilty (but only slightly ) at missing two consecutive joint services. Last Sunday evening was Together in Praise at the Congregational church. But my cousin … Continue reading

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