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Give, Give and Give a bit more

John 3:16 says “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life.” (NKJV) What a verse! What love shown! Whenever I ponder over this verse, I just marvel and begin to think about the two characteristics which I’m drawn...

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The Family Project – Part 2

In my last article I finished mentioning Acts 4:32 and commented that “We are family, we are one.” I began to think and picture how the church looked in Acts 4 – meeting in different houses, sharing with one another and walking in one accord, but I remembered one thing, they too were humans they...

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Diverse Nations United

United is a word used to describe collective togetherness. When Jesus gave out the command of the Great Commission, He urged the disciples to go out into every nation making disciples (Matthew 28:19). Churches around the world are filled with a diverse multitude of members coming from different nations. From the wet and windy England...

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The Family Project – Part 1.

In school I loved projects, whether it was science, history or geography; I was intrigued by the idea of drawing information from different sources and outlets and putting it all together to produce a grandmaster piece. Just like when a horologist is finished with his great design (by the way a horologist is just a...

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The Ongoing Journey

This summer, many of us will be jetting off to various exotic countries to enjoy a well deserved summer holiday, alone or with the family. It could be a day trip to Blackpool or a weekend away in France. When travelling, we always ask ourselves the age old question, “did I remember my passport?” For...

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United in the UK

I can’t remember exactly when the first time I heard the British national anthem “God Save The Queen”, but every time I do, it always gives me goose bumps. It’s a song that many of us in the UK have sung at the top of our voices whether at a sporting event or another engagement....