Monthly Archives: November 2012

God Always Has The Last Word

I have been sitting a while this morning reflecting on the disaster that was Israel’s decision to have a King and for that King to be Saul, for a sermon. That made me think again about the truth, of Romans … Continue reading

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Yellow Page Mission In A Google World

Growing up two books always sat in our hall next to the phone, the phone directory and the screaming yellow coloured “yellow pages” I think Yellow Pages was ubiquitous in just about everyone’s house and business premises. When you wanted … Continue reading

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Learning To Live In Exile

I still remember the first big church fight I witnessed. It happened at a Sunday evening service when a musical group which had been asked to “lead some choruses” (it was the early 70s) decided to give a rendition of … Continue reading

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A Life In 13 Words

An oldie worth reposting Its been common for the last decade or so for companies to have a mission or purpose statement, a short and to the point description of their essence and reason for existence. I wonder if you … Continue reading

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Chick Yuill’s Word for UK Nazarenes & Our Reponse

Around a hundred people gathered for the joint Church of the Nazarene British Isles District Pastors and Leaders Conference at Swanwick this week. I know I am biased as I was one of the organisers but it was for me … Continue reading

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