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Commitment. What a subject to write about. I am forever conscious of those around me that shine as a result of their commitment to serve God. Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him and he will do this:

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Looking Carefully

Do we take our communities for granted? What I mean is, do we truly know our communities or are we just guessing what they think, feel and need? We live in very different and diverse communities. Touching our communities in

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Surrender – Prayer

As I think of prayer & surrender two pictures come to mind, the Stone Mason and the Potter. Have you ever watched a stone mason turn a stone block into a work of art? It is a process of careful

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A Christmas Gift – a word from Rev Rex

Some of you may remember playing a game called, “pass the parcel”.  A large gift that was passed around the circle and when the music stoped the person who held it took off one of the layers of wrapping, they had to

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A compassion that gives

If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person? Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but

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Open our eyes Lord afresh this Easter

We come to the pinnacle of our Christian calendar, Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Tomorrow we will be reminded that sin has a price and that it has been paid for in full by Jesus’ death on the cross. When

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Immanuel God with us

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas Everywhere you go I will refrain from singing as I might put you off. Without mentioning the central theme of the season for a moment, everywhere we look we can see the

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Wisdom and Humility

Following Jesus is a walk of growth down the road of humility. It is interesting that the older I get the more aware I am of how little I know. When I was much younger, I was less likely to

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My Muslim Neighbour

When I was doing my apprenticeship as a chef in the 70’s I had a Muslim friend. His friendship was special, at a time when I was struggling with life and loneliness, partly due to shift work and some other

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