Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Light Between Oceans

A boat washes up on the shore of a remote lighthouse keeper’s island. It holds a dead man and a crying baby. The only two islanders, Tom and his wife Izzy, are about to make a devastating decision. They break … Continue reading

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Remembering: Christ is our King.

In the parishes where I live and work, we have been going through rather a tough time lately. A painful time, an exhausting time, a challenging time. When we feel at the ends of out tethers, emotionally and physically drained, … Continue reading

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The Lowland

  She lives with ten other people in a house meant for one family. They are people writing novels and screenplays, people designing jewelry, people whose computer start-ups have failed. People who’ve recently graduated from college, and older people with … Continue reading

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We Need New Names

Jesus Christ died on this day, which is why I have to be out here washing with cold water like this. I don’t like cold water and I don’t even like washing my whole body unless I have somewhere meaningful … Continue reading

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Remembering: The gifts that we have been given.

If you have seen ‘The Apprentice’ you will be used to the harsh comments from Lord Sugar, and the fearful phrase ‘You’re fired’. Lord Sugar is a harsh boss, he takes no glib answers and can see through any false … Continue reading

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Remembering: Remembrance Sunday

Let me tell you a story; A soldier was sent a small Bible book at the Front. With time on his hands, he read and re-read it. Despite never showing an interest in spiritual things before, the words sunk in … Continue reading

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Celebrating Christmas without the Consumer Fuss!

From time to time the Little Angels Think Tank gets together to try and solve a family problem, today we focussed on how we can celebrate Christmas in a way that isn’t tied up with cost and expense. The things … Continue reading

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