Monthly Archives: November 2014

Living with Epilepsy: Reflections on 60 years of battle


In this post I want to share with you in a very honest way some of the problems facing a person who has epilepsy. Even today one finds that having epilepsy seems to be a condition which carries a stigma. … Continue reading

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The Message of Liberation and Restoration: some thoughts from Isaiah 61


Isaiah the prophet declared many great things and was used of God to communicate so much of the gospel message to us. Isaiah 61 is particularly significant as Jesus declared that these words had been fulfilled in him. It is … Continue reading

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The Christian Mind and growing in our faith


For many Christians the mind is not something they really think about because the emphasis is on the spiritualĀ  and the experiential. There seems to be a fear of using the mind, this probably comes from seeing a dead orthodoxy … Continue reading

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Praying for peace in a warring world.


We have been reminded in many ways during the past year of the tragedy of war. We have seen pictures of the poppies at the Tower of London reminding us in a vivid way of the loss of life. Sometimes … Continue reading

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