Monthly Archives: September, 2015

Whatever you do

We’d been invited to a Christmas party at a church some distance away. The lady I was sat next to asked me about my occupation, and I waxed lyrical about my work as a special needs teacher, how rewarding it was, how I felt God had led me into it, how he gave me lesson …

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It’s not a joke!

What do you call a scouser in a suit? The accused. Liverpool city centre was closed all one day as police had found a suspicious car. It had an MOT, was taxed, insured, had wheels and a radio. Why does the Mersey run through Liverpool? Because if it walked it would be mugged… And so on. …

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World changers

Who are the world changers of today? What does a world changer look like? Are you one?  I’ve tended to think that they’re the guys with the biggest mouths,  but now I’m not so sure.  I’m looking at the role of Joseph  in Matthew 2:19-22. Firstly he was a promise keeper. Mary had been pledged …

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No matter what

I can’t imagine many situations more sorrowful than losing a child. The closest we came to it, was when our son was very poorly with cancer, and the hospital told us to expect the worst. During that time, one song played over and over in our house – Ron Kenoly’s “He’s turned my mourning to dancing, …

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