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Equal Opportunity

Much like a broken stereo, the words “a fair go for those who have a go” have been heard echoing through the media and political word. 685 more words


In Tomorrow's Workforce...could this be the dream team of the future? It is for me. Now.

My first job out of college was as a Receptionist at a boutique printing house. The biggest team was the Sales Team, and I was the youngest on staff. 1,344 more words

Freelance Writing

Messy Church

Once a month on a Sunday Evening (not school holidays)

2018 – 4th Nov (none in December due to special event)

2019 – 3rd Mar, 7th April, 5th May, 2nd June… 61 more words


How Can We Nicely Kick Kids Out of Church?

A few weeks ago, I shared a post about a card a church had given out inviting parents who brought their kids to “enjoy the remainder of the service” in the lobby so others could “engage with the sermon.”  This past week, another children’s ministry group I am a part of had a similar conversation regarding if a church is large and streaming on-line,  what card they  should hand out to parents if kids are loud in the main service. 1,029 more words

Family Ministry

Perfect Pairing – Focuses on the Little Things in Life

Sometimes, when life gets hectic or the newsfeed seems overwhelming, I find it helps me to take a deep breath, take a walk, and look for the beauty that is everywhere in nature. 303 more words

What do you need to set up an orchestra?

In the spring and summer we ran an experimental family orchestra in the Warberries Care Home in Torquay. Once a month on a Saturday morning. It was a very life-affirming session involving people living with dementia, carers, young families, teenagers and other adults. 277 more words

BSO Participate

Love the young

Look past the piercings. Ignore the tats (come on, chances are you’ve got one, too). Pray for creative ways to show love to a younger person this week, even if you have to use emojis to do it. 10 more words

Operation CrossGen