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by Peter Scott Blog #4
"All our NHS staff should be given a medal." So say the media, and who could disagree, after months of twelve-hour shifts sharing a room with a deadly disease and pouring out care and attention on very sick people...
by Marna Swan Blog #2
In modern day school the skills that are required to run a home and make delicious meals for all the family are no longer taught. Designing the packaging for biscuits becomes more important that the making of the biscuits themselves. But…….
by Ev Cowan Blog #3
The other morning when I was pounding away on my cross trainer and the sweat was running down my brow … oh I might need to rephrase that … but first, a wee quiz, which is always popular in these lockdown days:
by Tom Bray Blog #1
It feels a bit strange to raise another global crisis during this time of a global pandemic, but let’s take this opportunity, during this time of slowing down, to think about how we are going to rebuild our communities after this crisis....
by Peter Scott Blog #3
How are you keeping yourself occupied during these strange days? If you have kids, there's almost too much to keep you busy. I remember our summer holidays years ago with two young children in a 12 foot caravan and awning for five weeks each summer....
by Tim Dunnett Blog #2
Reflections from the first few weeks of lockdown We’re in a season where we are with our immediate family units, some of us are alone at home and without many of the normal external activities or relationships that strengthen our life...
by Ev Cowan Blog #2
The other morning on my cross trainer, I was thinking of the very peculiar times we’re living in just now. These are profoundly challenging and unprecedented times, the like of which none of us has experienced before....
by Marna Swan Blog #1
It is interesting that the title for this resource is Food for Growth. This is Food for the Table. So many times over the years I have been asked for my scone recipe and as it was my business I always resisted ...
by Peter Scott Blog #2
One of the big differences between Christians and Non Christians is the matter of hope. Paul didn't want his young converts to be without hope like the Gentiles were. They are described as being without hope ....
by Jo Dunnett Blog #1
Three and a half years ago we were on holiday in the Lakes, the sun was shining and the rain was pouring like every summer in the west of England, but we were with our family, twelve of us all rammed into a supposedly haunted fisherman’s cottage ...
by Ev Cowan Blog #1
It’s 6 years this month since I was looking in the loft for something. That led to me doing a grand ‘sort out’ of all the stuff up there
by Peter Scott Blog #1
Mark 4 tells of how Jesus took his disciples off in a boat on the Sea of Galilee. A furious storm suddenly hit them ...
by Tim Dunnett Blog #1
How do we respond to this daily changing landscape? Firstly we can draw comfort from our Father’s presence. We have a family vision that begins with us building our life around the presence of Jesus.....