Monthly Archives: March 2011

Today I looked into the eyes of a boy…

A little while ago I was deeply impacted by the experience of lost-ness that I saw in the eyes of a stranger – a young boy I passed in the street. I am still haunted by what I saw – … Continue reading

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Hope from the Wreckage

At the weekend two exhausted survivors were plucked from the devastated wreckage of the Japanese earthquake and lifted into a rescue helicopter, nine days after the Japanese tsunami had hit and destroyed their town. For them, it was an absolute … Continue reading

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The World Holds its Breath

The events of the past week have been utterly devastating for the people of Japan. While they will rise again as a people, whatever the consequences are of what has happened to them in the great earthquake and terrible tsunami … Continue reading

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Sovereign World – a Tale of God’s Providence

Back in the fifties Chris Mungeam and I were members of the same Young People’s Fellowship at Cheam Baptist Church in Surrey. We were enormously blessed to be in a Church where the Bible was taught well by Arthur Matthews … Continue reading

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Books that Changed My Life

The spoken word only has a long-lasting impact on many people if it’s remembered by those who hear it and then written down for others to read. It’s only in recent generations that spoken words can be recorded and then … Continue reading

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Thank You

My Great Uncle Will died the day after his 82nd birthday. On the next day everyone who had sent him a gift – however small – received a thank you letter from him, at the same time as hearing the … Continue reading

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