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It’s Jesus’ job to walk on water – Matthew 14:22-33

In our Gospel this morning, Jesus takes possibly the shortest retreat or holiday on record. If we assume he dismisses the now well-fed five thousand and his chastened disciples sometime before the speedy fall of a mediterranean dusk, and walks … Continue reading

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Crawshaw built Solo for sale – PRICE REDUCED

Sail Number: 4134 Wooden, Crawshaw built Fast boat Proctor mast 2 sails including Solo B Trolley, but no road trailer New wheels fitted Cover sound but faded REDUCED TO £800 Ashore at Hawley Lake STC Not sailed past season Rear … Continue reading

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Why I’ve lied to my son for weeks!

It’s a tricky one isn’t it. We are taught as Christians’ not to lie. As ministers, we should set an example, and live with transparent integrity. This is my way of being transparent – I’ve lied to my son for … Continue reading

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Wild flowers and other wildlife wonders

Been meaning to load these off the phone since Easter week but typically life has been busy. C spent that week sailing and has now passed his Stage 4 and his Seamanship module. G and I worked really hard (marking … Continue reading

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The battle continues

The battle with the final essay for the FdA at the University is still going I’m afraid. Making a commitment to home re-organationand family meant I missed the pre-Easter deadline for the final essay (for the Uni – it’s on … Continue reading

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Calm before the storm?

Well it’s the end of the second week of building work and today has been total calm as the lads have had to attend a funeral today: their old boxing coach has sadly died. However there’s been plenty of progress … Continue reading

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History of a hole

End of Week 1 of the building works and we have footings… though at present I wouldn’t like to stand on them – if I did, I’d end up encased in concrete! On Wednesday we thought that we had a … Continue reading

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Birds, blooms and boats

Probably not that exciting, but wanted to note that whilst watching the Chris sail for an hour at Hawley Lake (think M3 J4a) we saw our first Swallow of the year… just the one though. (Chris passed his RYA Stage … Continue reading

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