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Mark 2:1-5 tells us the story of a paralysed man whose four fabulous friends were completely convinced that he needed to meet Jesus.  But there were so many obstacles between their friend and Jesus that you might have thought they’d just give up. Not these guys ...
Sticky fingers, wobbly stares from googly eyes, glitter clinging to everything, and so much to cut out! Crafts… why bother?   Well…God loves making things! From stars to starfish, ...
My phone lit up on the drive home from our church weekend away with a message from one of the parents – ‘Our children loved the keepsake boxes from the weekend away. The boxes now stay beside their beds and the clues inside have been a great talking point and a re ...
‘That worked really well, Mum’ was the feedback from my daughter after I’d tried something different in Sunday School for the first time. This was not in line with her usual, occasionally indifferent, often critical, always brutally honest critique.
Kids, parents, grandparents, churches, ministers, streets, communities – we’re going on a Christmas adventure and we want you to join us! Our belly-busting Christmas menu of resources is being prepared and there’s something for everyone. So, get out your diary right now a ...
Have you ever seen news footage of a flood sweeping through a town or village? The crisis response is clear. Boats make their way down roads picking up those who are stranded. Interviews are filmed with residents from their bedroom windows. The strongest and fittest carry the vulnerable to safety ...
‘I’m an atheist’ he said in the discussion group after the talk. Despite that, he attended an event in a church building that openly advertised a Bible talk as part of the programme. Not only did he sit through the talk, he took part in the discussion time and openly expl ...
By Dec 2020, the novelty of Zoom church had certainly worn off for us! After nine months of trying to use snacks and excessive enthusiasm to make ‘going to church’ an event for the children, we were all growing tired. So when we began to organise the Christmas service, we were delight ...
5 In their fright the women bowed down with their faces to the ground, but the men said to them, 'Why do you look for the living among the dead? 6 He is not here; he has risen! Luke 24: 5-6 Easter: In the face of fear, anxiety and exhaustion, we have a certain hope because ...
At the height of his power, Napoleon ruled over France, Spain, Italy, Holland and parts of Germany and Austria. He was truly an Emperor. At the end of his life, he was exiled on St Helena, an island in the middle of the Atlantic measuring ten miles at its widest point. During his last days, he wa ...