Monthly Archives: September 2015

In the image of God: creating and re-creating.

This weekend has been our Marriage Preparation weekend – our course isn’t quite as crazy as the one in the film licensed to wed, but this scene from the film starring Robin Williams speaks to me of this week’s Bible … Continue reading

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Celebrating St Michael: Heavenly Battles

The images we have of angels tend to be light and fluffy, they sing in choirs to announce the birth of a very special child, they bring greetings of good news, they tend to weary travellers and protect children. But … Continue reading

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Soul Food: Revving up for the Bake Off – Victoriana

Victorian week on Bake Off – I have baked similar pies, although I have to admit to looking out for roadkill all week! I have had a yearning to create a Charlotte Russe for a while – the page in … Continue reading

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Soul Food: Harvest Festival – Cheese and Corn Scones

After my attempt at using up a glut of cauliflower, this week I found myself with few too many corn cobs – fortunately, my veg box also provided me with a recipe to help use them up. A fairly simple … Continue reading

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Are we nearly there yet?

This summer we took our family on a road trip to catch up with friends and family we haven’t seen for a while.Part of me was dreading the ‘holiday’ – children are notorious for not travelling well and I was … Continue reading

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Harvest Festival: Don’t worry, be happy!

It’s another Harvest Festival, when we give the best of all the good things that we’ve been given! It’s a time when we give thanks to God for all that he provides for us and reassert our faith in him … Continue reading

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Soul Food: Harvest Festival

The biggest foodie celebration has to be Harvest. At this time of autumn we give thanks for all that the earth produces, for the farmers and those who work on the land as well as, of course, our Creator God. … Continue reading

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