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23 June 2018

At the Cross

by Richard Griffiths

The house-martins are back. These engaging little black and white birds have returned from their winter season in Africa and are settling into their old nest under the eaves of our house before repairing it, laying their eggs and starting a new family. Psalm 84 was written by the ‘Sons of Korah’,...

22 June 2018

Heads held high

by Dean Gardner

My wife Gemma and I first met our dog Sid nearly nine years ago. He was four years old and we’d overlooked him when we walked round the rescue centre looking for a dog we could offer a home to. We’d come that day thinking that the best age dog for us to adopt would probably be two years, or younger,...

21 June 2018

Getting to the Truth (Part 2)

by Angela Weir

How do we get to know the truth? Things often come in threes in Scripture, and this is no exception. Jesus said to His disciples ‘I am the Way, the TRUTH and the Life and nobody comes to the Father but by Me’. So first we need to get to know Jesus. When my daughter was ‘courting’, way back in...

20 June 2018

Getting to the Truth (Part 1)

by Angela Weir

“What is truth?” Pilate asked Jesus at His trial. It’s so vital that we discover the truth of Scripture and hold to it. That seems to be a very obvious statement, but it’s so easy to allow a half-truth to slip into our understanding, and, when that happens, the weeds begin to spread - as happened...

19 June 2018

A Pearl of Great Price

by Julie Smith

It was just before the final session of a creativity course at the Dutch Ellel Centre, and there was the usual buzz of excitement amongst guests and team at the end of one of these events. We were, as ever, amazed at the diversity, colours, texture and incredible extent of all that had been created in...

18 June 2018


by Ron Scurfield

Are we so busy rushing around we can’t think straight? Have we so many things to do we don’t know where to start? We’ve got to do this, and got to do that, but we haven’t time, and there’s not enough hours in the day. What are we doing, and where are we going? Does everything appear so important...

17 June 2018

If Only…

by Richard Griffiths

As a child, my family did a lot of sailing. I remember we lost an anchor once. It had got hooked into a large rock and, whatever way we pulled it, nothing would dislodge it. In the end we had to cut the rope and leave it behind. ‘If only …’ is like an anchor that keeps us inescapably linked to...

16 June 2018

Can You See the Kingdom?

by Dotty Cockcroft

Last Sunday, I heard a sermon on this chapter of John and I saw something which I hadn’t seen before. If this verse is quoted, we usually focus on the last two words about being ‘born again’ and I know that, over the years, what that actually means has been a subject of controversy in some church...

15 June 2018

Dead? Or alive?

by Peter Horrobin

The Bible has a way of cutting through all the spiritual junk which sometimes surrounds our lives and getting to the nub of a situation or problem in a few uncompromising and deeply challenging words. None of us needs to use much imagination to know what a dead human body looks like – totally lifeless,...

14 June 2018

Find a Prayer Partner

by Philip Asselin

God declares that He goes into action when we pray. Many times, we hold back because we doubt this, and that doubt can move into unbelief if what we want to pray for seems impossible. But God is the God of the impossible … Isn’t He? Let me tell you a true story. Sisters, Becky (84) and Christine...

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