I was reading 1 Samuel 1:20-28. It was one of the readings for Mother’s Day last Sunday. Everyone always talks about Hannah’s sacrifice because it was huge! I can’t imagine having to do that. It was her husband Elkanah who not only agreed, but set the boundaries in place. It was his statement at the end that struck
A few years back, on a ski-ing holiday in the French Alps, I was feeling rather proud of myself, having progressed further than I had on previous years (always on the nursery slopes and the blue runs!). This year, the scenery was lovely, it spurred me on, higher and higher and onto runs I would
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St. Pancras station in London, for anyone who has not had the pleasure of visiting, is a place of great architecture, atmosphere and restoration. It is where The Eurostar to France departs from, along with many other trains on their more traditional routes, travelling to the North and South of Britain. It’s a place of
I remember someone telling me that if we were able, we could all chart our relationship with Jesus back through the generations of people telling ‘another’ and eventually to the original disciples and then of course to Jesus Himself. Jesus worked through teams. I am often amused when I see so many secular management books