Tag Archives: Hawick

Do you know your boundaries?

(Pulpit view for Hawick News Friday 17 February 2012 by Captain Steven Turner) Two unrelated stories dominated the news on Sunday evening: Whitney Houston’s death and the Greek austerity package. Both will create pain and sadness for many people. Unexpected … Continue reading

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With the festive season over it’s time to look towards 2012

(Pulpit View – Hawick News 30 December 2011) Well, that’s Christmas over for another year. Do you ever wonder what all the fuss is about? Months of planning and spending just for one day of celebration, and now it’s all … Continue reading

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Pray for peace

(Pulpit View for Hawick News – Friday 11th November 2011) I’ve recently enjoyed watching the drama series Downton Abbey on Sunday nights. Especially during the second series, which straddled the First World War, we’ve seen the character wrestling with issues … Continue reading

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Same again please!

Let love and loyalty always show like a necklace, and write them in your mind. Proverbs 3:3 CEV Just conducted a dedication service for a 1 year-old-girl. It’s always a privilege to share news of God’s love and words of … Continue reading

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God’s presence

Monday passed in a bit of a blur. General tiredness, exhaustion from ministry and an over long walk in the sun on Sunday afternoon left me rather dopey on Monday morning. The night before we heard Heidi Baker describe amazing … Continue reading

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Fools for Christ?

http://www.youtube.com/get_playerEach year The Salvation Army holds its Belief in Action appeal to support it’s social work around the United Kingdom. Historically we have concentrated on house to house collecting. But the increased prosperity and greater mobility of many people means … Continue reading

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Lead me higher up the mountain

(From my journal 17/09/2007 11:35) I’ve just climbed the Miller’s Knowes, a hill about half-a-mile from my house which gives a commanding view of most of Hawick. It also exposes you to the wind, whatever time of year you climb … Continue reading

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