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18 April 2019


by Richard Griffiths

Last weekend, Sue and I, and our golden retriever, Bess, set out for a moorland walk. We were in ‘the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Beauty’. Not much beauty today, though. The skies were grey, and it was a bit misty in the way that seems to drain everything of its colour. But we needed the walk,...

17 April 2019

Baby Rabbits

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

I was working in our vegetable patch recently when I realised that our young Labrador, Sasha, was also digging. After a while she had made a hole big enough for her head and shoulders to be completely hidden from sight. A little later she emerged looking very pleased with herself, carrying something...

16 April 2019

Strong as the Weakest Link

by Ron Scurfield

‘Will your anchor hold in the storms of life, when the clouds unfold their wings of strife? When the strong tides lift and the cables strain, will your anchor drift or firm remain? We have an anchor that keeps the soul steadfast and sure while the billows roll, fastened to the Rock which cannot move,...

15 April 2019

God’s Economy

by Roger Pook

Nothing is wasted in God’s economy! Your skills, your abilities, your character, are all part of God’s plan for your life. That training course that seemed like a waste of time? God will use it one day. The constructive hobby that you thought was just something you liked? It has a purpose in God’s...

14 April 2019

I Wish I Could Eat What I Like

by Grace Bull

In today’s passage, Jesus is sending his disciples out to preach in the local towns, and He tells them not to take any money, because they were to accept whatever people gave them. In fact, He repeats it twice, “eat whatever they give you”. I wonder why He needed to repeat that? It reminds me of...

13 April 2019

Being Transformed

by Malcolm Wood

I recently heard an interview with a man who was severely disabled and totally dependant upon technical aids and equipment to enable him to survive and enter into a measure of normal life without being completely bed-bound. He was assessing some latest electronic equipment which would enable him to still...

12 April 2019

As We Approach Easter

by Andrew White

Visiting the Fitzwilliam Art Gallery in Cambridge recently, I was intrigued by a painting by Dutch artist Hendrick van Anthonissen, thought to be painted around 1641. The painting had been gifted to the gallery in 1873. For over a hundred and forty years it showed an ‘uninspiring’ beach scene with...

11 April 2019

Do Not Grumble as Some of Them Did

by Margaret Silvester

I’m currently following the journey of the Israelites from Egypt to the Promised Land. Grumbling seemed to be one of the ongoing issues Moses had to deal with, because grumbling which began with a handful of people spread like a plague. Often it seemed that everyone, without exception, was grumbling....

10 April 2019

Ball Games

by Cath Taylor

In our house everyone loves playing ball games. Even our golden retriever (when she is in the mood) loves a game of throw, catch, and, then, refuse to give the ball back! I don’t know how you feel about ball games? Perhaps you were first or last to be picked at school because of your throwing and catching...

9 April 2019

All I Know

by Philip Asselin

Have you ever had a problem in trying to explain what God has done in your life to someone who doesn’t believe in God at all? It’s like two people trying to communicate, but both speaking different languages. You know how real it is to you, but to them it’s incomprehensible. You may leave that...

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