Category Archives: #prayfortheworld

Forgive us our trespasses…..

This is not so much a testimony of what God is doing in my life right now, it is more of a confession. I confess that I am angry, and have been angry for a while. I am angry that … Continue reading

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Trinity 2: Casting Out Love not Hate

Sarah laughed when the three holy visitors reminded her of God’s promise to have a son. She had already sent her servant girl Hagar to bed with her husband to produce the heir he longed for, but the visitors were, … Continue reading

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Pentecost Sunday

We have a guest blogger today: Stephen Baldock preached at Nether Wallop this morning and this is what he had to share, thank you Stephen: The sequence of the church’s year invites us to go on a personal pilgrimage. The … Continue reading

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Say a Little Prayer for me.

If you are a user of social media, then you can’t help but notice how much more people seem to be praying nowadays. Cute pictures and sad pictures on Facebook often come with the caption ‘don’t scroll down without typing … Continue reading

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Who are you Lord?

They don’t recognise him. Despite having spent three years side by side, eating together, sleeping together, preaching and learning together, the man on the shore might as well be a stranger. Ironically the stranger by the shore is probably the … Continue reading

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Thy Kingdom Come?

This weekend, as many in the UK did, I sat and watched Children in Need. Cuddled up with 2 children heavily disguised as cuddly Pudsey Bears, we swung between high class entertainment and heartbreaking stories of children who live horribly … Continue reading

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