Thought for the Week October 2020

Midweek Musings 28th October 2020

As I write this, we have just changed the clocks back to Greenwich Mean Time and the evenings are closing in. I wonder what the winter will bring? Certainly some changes: no bonfire on Cavendish Green, probably no Big Night

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Thought for the Week 25th October 2020

Many years ago, back when I was a fresh-faced teen revelling in the post-A-level freedom of failing to get the grades required to study in the hallowed halls of Crewe and Alsager College of Higher Education, I fell in with

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Midweek Musings 21st October 2020

Hi Everyone, It has been a while since I last wrote one of these musings, last time I was sharing that I’d been reminded that whilst the world was turning crazy that God was and is still on the throne

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Thought for the Week 18th October 2020

Last week, we found out about a cake shop that had changed its selling policy, much to the chagrin of the Jones family, who had previously been the sole consumers of their delectable goods. Now, this family have been around

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Midweek Musings 14th October 2020

During our fortnightly youth bible study meet ups at the moment we are following Rick Warrens well known forty-day devotional, ‘A Purpose Driven Life’. In his writing, Rick aims to address the question that crosses most people’s minds at some

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Thought for the Week 11th October 2020

There’s a shop near here that sells cakes. They’re the nicest, sweetest, most delicious cakes that the world has ever seen. Anybody who walks near the shop is immediately transported to delightful places just by the smells that spill out

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Midweek Musings 7th October 2020

I left school at 15 and immediately started a 5-year apprenticeship at a local hairdresser. Five years seemed to me at the time to be forever. Fast forward 7 years and I had finished my apprenticeship, ran my own business,

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Thought for the Week 4th October 2020

A cheeky joke: “How many Baptists does it take to change a lightbulb?” “Change?!?!?” (I apologise to those who think this would be better suited to a different denomination, but I think we should be allowed to recognise our own

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