Holding onto Summer

In the recent film The Monuments Men, George Clooney gathers together a group of art experts during World War Two and drafts them into the US Army. This rag tag platoon’s eventual role is to join the Allied advance across Europe and save the art works stolen from occupied countries by the Nazis. Actually, although [...]

Orlando, Florida   June 12, 2016

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Heavenly Father God,

I lift up the victims & families of the terrorist attack in Orlando, Florida today to you. Father, I don’t know what to say to you but I know that Your Spirit lives in me. Father I ask that you bring peace and comfort the these people! I pray that this attack will bring all walks of people to Your son Jesus as their Lord & Savior.

In Jesus name. Amen

#Orlanda #PrayForTheWorld #PrayForHumanity

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A POEM ABOUT BREAD

Be gentle, when you touch bread, Let it not be uncared for, unwanted. So often bread is taken for granted. There is so much beauty in bread, Beauty of sun and soil, Beauty of patient toil. Winds and rain have caressed it, Christ often blessed it; Be gentle when you touch bread. Source: A POEM [...]

Hope

2 Corinthians 4.1-6, 4.7-17   Lord Hope, the celebrated judge, was the Lord High Commissioner at both this year’s and last year’s Church of Scotland General Assemblies in Edinburgh. In an address to the assembled commissioners he said that his father was a very organised person. So when they went on their annual holiday by [...]