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This is the last edition of our Thought For Today series. I’m very grateful to all the contributors who have shared with me in bringing a daily reflection during Lockdown.
We hope you have found it helpful, supportive, and encouraging. As we now move forward into a future that is hopefully less constrained by the pandemic we are called to and unknown future. It may be uncomfortable and it won’t be without cost. - Martin

 The ca...

Sharing your faith: Many Christians are intimidated by the idea of sharing their faith. Jesus never intended for the Great Commission to be an impossible burden. God meant for us to be witnesses of Jesus Christ through the natural outcome of living for him. We make it complicated. We think we must complete a 10-week course on evangelism and apologetics before getting started. Or perhaps take to haranguing all and sundry with l...

Thought For Today: Martin Kirkbride

Manfred von Richthofen, the famous German First World War fighter pilot,is  better known as the Red Baron because he flew a distinctive a distinctive red aircraft. He shot down more combat planes than anyone else on either side in the first World war. His known kill tally was 80.

On 21st April 1918, he began chasing a Canadian plane - that was trying to escape the battle over the Mor-lan-court...

Laurie and I continue to enjoy our walks through the countryside. We are amazed at the rate at which everything is growing. Where a few weeks ago we walked along relatively clear paths with cow parsley brushing our ankles, it is now almost shoulder high. The fields that had small plants which we assumed to be broad beans, now are flower clad plants (definitely broad beans!) that are knee high. Likewise, the corn in the wheat f...

What do you turn to for comfort when things go wrong or you’re under pressure?

Food, chocolate, drink, sleep, your bed, a comfy cushion, a favourite chair, a walk, music? We all have places of refuge. I wonder what yours is? Many babies and young children have a comfort blanket (even Charlie Brown had one!) or a comforting thumb or finger to suck.

I have written before about how helpful I found the psalms were, when I was in hos...

“By the grace of God, I am what I am.”        I Corinthians 15:10

The writer and journalist Anne Wroe said in a recent interview about her life and work that she couldn’t “recall a time when God and Jesus didn’t loom very large in life.” That goes, I suppose, for many of us who had the privilege of being brought up by parents who were themselves committed followers of Jesus.

Maybe we later put all that to one side...

“’Lord, what about him?’”                                                                   

John 21:...

Join with us as we come together to worship online together, even though we are scattered. This week's Sunday service is led by Rev'd Martin Kirkbride, with our reading brought to us by Rev'd Jenny Jeffery and prayers by Rosa Parsloe.

Join us also after the service if you can over on Zoom!

Men multitasking. The simplest definition of multitasking is the ability to deal with more than one task at the same time. It is most noticeably demonstrated by parenting skills which so often require maintaining concentration for the particular task in hand despite distractions and all the simultaneous demands of home and children. In other words, it is the ability to do more than one thing at a time. I’m not sure if politica...

“Let everyone be quick to listen, slow to speak.”                                                 James 1:19

There are some people who never seem to stop talking. When we find them at the other end of...

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