Give someone a #BagOfLife

I just supported Give someone a #BagOfLife on @ThunderclapIt // @ColostomyAssoc As an Ileostomy bag wearer with a stoma for life and medical complications dispute bags and medical care I can’t imagine how awful using a tin can or bandages must be though reality for many.  Necessity not a luxury. Please, please join me in […]

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Ruth: from Refugee to Redeemed

Ruth: from Refugee to Redeemed Apologies for not posting much lately.  Had some difficult times which have made writing almost impossible. I am going to spend today working on the blog and get back to posting more regularly. Probably three times a week, Monday, Wednesday, Friday. For now, enjoy my thoughts on Ruth! This is […]

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‘Planting Seeds’

‘Planting Seeds’ I’m pleased to be a part of Bible Reflections ‘Community of Christian Writers’. This is my latest post for them, about faith-sharing, and the ‘gift’ of evangelism. I would love to know what you think. Do you agree or disagree that evangelism is a ‘gift’? Do you feel comfortable sharing your faith with others? What […]

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Esther: Right Place, Right Time!

Esther: Right Place, Right Time! This is the link to my final Bible Study for Bible Reflections, for now. This one’s on Esther, with an excellent contribution from my friend James on the Jewish festival of Purim, which celebrates God’s delivery of His people, through Esther. It’s both interesting and entertaining and worth reading for my friend’s […]

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Proverbs 31: Inspiring Standard or Incredible Poem

Proverbs 31: Inspiring Standard or Incredible Poem From the series, ‘Significant Biblical Women’, here’s my latest bible study for Bible Reflections about Proverbs 31, mainly concentrating on verses 10-31. I wanted to debunk some of the myths surrounding ‘her’ story. I’d love to know what you think. If you haven’t already, check out the previous Bible […]

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