Monthly Archives: February 2010

Page 17, somewhere around G14…

So before I start, here are some things you should know about me: a) I don’t particularly like driving. In fact I didn’t pass my driving test until I was 25, not because I previously failed, but because – until we decided to buy a house in a remot… Continue reading

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The Master Carver’s lovespoon

While in Canada, in one of the conference evenings, Jeremy Simpkins gave a picture of a master carver. He described how the carver chooses a piece of wood and carves it into something beautiful. The piece of wood doesn’t jump up and down saying ‘p… Continue reading

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Heaven’s drumbeat

Another abiding memory of our weekend in Oakville will definately be the drumming. Yes, that’s right, I said drumming. There were a couple of drummers over the weekend, both were great, and both were gifted with bringing prophecies. The worship in… Continue reading

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Canadian Hospitality

I have many wonderful memories from our trip to Oakville, ON. One that must be mentioned is the wonderful hospitality we received. The Canadians know how to take of their guests! We stayed the three nights with a lovely family – Chinnie and Richar… Continue reading

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A short trip – packed with Godly goodies

So, I went to Canada on the weekend, to attend a church conference, spending just a long weekend in Oakville, ON (next door to Toronto). As I said in my last blog, it was an investigation trip. While I’ve been wanting to go to Canada for many many… Continue reading

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