Monthly Archives: November 2014

Peace has to be learned

Apparently that great orator (!) Sylvester Stallone once said: “I could start a war in 30 seconds. But some countries spend 100 years trying to find peace. Just like good manners, peace has to be learned.“ I don’t know if … Continue reading

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A Pause in Advent

For the past few years, Floss over at Troc, Broc et Recup’ has hosted “A Pause in Advent”  a sort of blog party where bloggers posted their reflections, and such like on Advent – for those who want to escape … Continue reading

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Stash busting for Crafters – but hurry!

I don’t know how many of my readers are crafters, but if you are, and you have a lot of spare craft items, you might want to rush over to Vicki’s blog 2 Bags Full where she is organising a … Continue reading

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Sermon for 2nd November: “God to the Rescue”

PSALM 107:”God to the Rescue” Christ Church, Clermont Ferrand 02.11.14   When I lived and worked in Milton Keynes, in the UK, there was a well-loved Archdeacon of Buckingham, called David Goldie, who was always down-to-earth and very grounded in … Continue reading

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