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Can you be found this Christmas?

Can you be found this Christmas?

Mary had it tough! We often portray the Christmas story with Mary riding a donkey toward Bethlehem and giving birth in a stable, as though it were almost clinical and joy-filled. Having attended at least four births, including my own, though I don't remember much...

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How to handle expectation

How to handle expectation

Handling our expectation helps us handle life in general! Having travelled in several parts of the world, I have observed an interesting phenomenon. Happiness seems to reduce in direct proportion to our expectations. In Africa, where the normal people have so little...

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Living with purpose after the dust has settled!

Living with purpose after the dust has settled!

Living with purpose is an age old question. Now we are appearing to move away from the pandemic of Covid19 and the dust is settling. How can you live with purpose? The worlds focus, discussion, complaint was all about a virus and how it was managed for nearly two...

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A Grateful African View of Christmas

A Grateful African View of Christmas

An African view of Christmas   This is an extract from a recent interview with Manga, a Nigerian Christian. Could you tell us what happened in October 2012 while you were at home with your family? After 2012 I was at home and it all happened when an Islamic group of...

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A New Look This Christmas brings Hope

A New Look This Christmas brings Hope

Getting something New this Christmas Several shepherds had their different flocks, which they needed to keep safe at night out in the fields, so they lived out there in the fields with their sheep. Until, that is, one remarkable night their watching was thoroughly...

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How to move towards a new positive attitude

How to move towards a new positive attitude

To move toward a new positive attitude requires a change in perspective. In a world of confusion, a world of promises possibilities and apparent endless opportunities, we often end up faced with disappointment and a feeling of emptiness. From an early age we hear...

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Good News, there is light at the end of the tunnel!

Good News, there is light at the end of the tunnel!

As we begin the slow process of coming out of lockdown, this gives hope and possibly at the same time a little frustration in wanting to be free and able to resume "normality". The journey from darkness to light spiritually is very similar and can be a frustrating...

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Don’t Panic In The Pandemic!

Don’t Panic In The Pandemic!

I’m sure that if you’re honest you’re heartily sick of the current situation we all find ourselves in! The impact of the current lockdown and the stress, anxiety and frustration it is causing is probably very difficult to measure. We all cope with circumstances in...

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HI, over the next few months we will be knocking on every door in Bollington to meet people. We have started this recently, so if you get a knock on your door, were looking forward to meeting you and introducing ourselves in person and seeing you soon! ... See MoreSee Less
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As far as I am aware, and I believe even the most ardent atheist would have to agree, the Christian faith, the true Christian faith, is not based upon some religious ideas or theological expressions, but on a number of historical facts. Facts that have been evidenced by more historical writings than most other non-religious historical facts. The crucifixion of Jesus is attested to by historical documents that are both Christian and non-Christian alike. So, when scripture declares that, "We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of His majesty." (2 Peter 1:16), we should recognise that this was written by someone who was actually there, and not by some secular historian, out to make a name for themselves some 2000 years later, or an unbelieving bishop suggesting resurrection is "a conjuring trick with bones". So, today, ask yourself, in this time when fake news abounds, whose account of historical facts do you believe? One who was there, or someone viewing events from 2000 years later?Photo by Curdin on Unsplash ... See MoreSee Less
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Join us this Sunday 31st March 11am for a life changing insight in to the death and resurrection of Jesus. ... See MoreSee Less
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Bolly Bikes has some free bicycles if your are interested. Pop down and speak to John, or message directly via their FB page ... See MoreSee Less
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