Art story of the day I did not know this, but I think it’s great. How Skilled Copyists Leave the Louvre with a Masterpiece Every Year Rebuke of the day This one is actually from a couple of weeks back, but as the story is still
At the start of the year Andrew Wilson laid out some questions he hoped to find better answers to during 2015. One of his questions was about getting some clarity about the issue of poverty. He noted that, the Bible talks more about poverty and justice, and
Haiti will soon be disappearing from the headlines (if it hasn’t already). Watch this video and if you haven’t already given. Please consider doing so I badgered the government about cancelling Haiti’s debts, you can read their response here and the actions of the UK
On Christmas Day, with some kind friends from around the churches in town, we hosted a Christmas dinner for people who would for a variety of reasons be on their own. In the end there were about 100 of us from aged 1 to 96!
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Ukraine, like so many other countries is broken. It’s economy is on its knees and that’s the least of its problems. 20% of the population suffer from some form of mental distress, it’s population is rapidly declining and vodka is the best friend of too
The EA have launched Square Mile and given some links for leaders. To go along with this are a couple of articles on ministries of mercy including this one from Tim Keller
Yesterday was a great day. One of the things we do as a church is take part in Soul Purpose with other Christians around the town, for the past few years it’s been a weekend event in May (gardening, fun days, community events etc…). Earlier