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Post-it notes and three ways to make lessons stick

Lessons learned from Leon’s creative teaching at a Bible study group.

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Post-it notes and three ways to make lessons stick

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Post-it Notes & three ways to make lessons ‘stick’

Leon Watkins is a creative photographer (see his web site). But his talent is not limited to what a camera can produce. Recently Penny and I went to a Bible study session for the Watford Family Group. It was Leon’s turn to lead the discussion. He broke us into four groups. Each group had a […]

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Slow down to be surprised, and walk like Jesus

Sometimes we need to slow down to be surprised. The fast pace of our lives might mean we miss the marvellous. I’ve been back on my bicycle recently and enjoying the benefits. Feeling fitter, seeing different sights. Yesterday’s ride took me past a house I’ve seen dozens of times – or rather, a house I’ve […]

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Slow down to be surprised, & walk like Jesus

Are we going too fast to see what’s really important?

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Slow down to be surprised, & walk like Jesus

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Cafe Nero & 3 truths about our listening LORD

During last week’s holiday we stopped off in the delightful town of Tenterden. Penny shopped while I sipped. Cafe Nero (there are no other coffee emporia) provided me with the perfect combination of caffeine and reading space. I was not disturbed, but I was distracted. Two people were already sat a few seats away as […]

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Cafe Nero & 3 truths about our listening Lord

God never tires of listening and always looks forward to our next conversation.

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Asa, 1 Kings, & the Victoria Cross medal

How many heroes can one family handle?

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Asa, 1 Kings & the Victoria Cross medal

How many heroes can one family handle? Penny & I visited Penshurst Place yesterday. Some of the buildings date back to 1341. Since 1552 it has been in the hands of the Sidney family. Their history is full of public service, political involvement and bravery. Perhaps the most remarkable family events of the last 100 years were […]