There’s something about Mary

A Mother`s Hands: long, delicate, gentle fingers that are never idle and always involved in some form of selfless work meeting the needs of the family. Never resting, never switched-off but always looking for what needs to be done, and from dawn to dusk those sensitive yet durable hands go into overdrive. Sacrificial hands that […]

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Keep it clean

Wash, Wash, wash your hands, play our handy game. Rub and scrub, rub and scrub, germs go down the drain ` is a nursery rhyme which encourages children to wash their hands regularly. But now with coronavirus dominating our lives, it is a fitting saying that should be used to encourage adults to wash their […]

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Trust me

When Dan and Naomi were children, they would often ask me to catch them when they jumped off the stairs, chair or wall, but in their excitement of doing these `daring deeds`, they needed reassurance that I would not let them fall. [I can`t imagine why. Lol] And I would always respond with those comforting […]

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Just because you can

Just recently, I drove into Osborne Street [where our church is situated] and saw a van with the words `Just Ask` on the side of it. And the word `Just` prompted me to think about other sayings beginning with the word `Just`, i.e. Just in case, just my luck, just a second, just in time, […]

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I have decided to follow Jesus

Throughout life there are many decisions that need to be made whether it`s: at work, at home, at school or college, booking a holiday, making dinner, what TV programme to watch, what to wear, what bus to catch or what supermarket to go to and the big one, how many Weetabix do I have for […]

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