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Justice Seekers

God wants our eyes open and hearts broken. This sermon – a call to justice – inspires us to be a church that is committed to transforming what is broken in our world. 16 more words

2015 Sermons

The Dhaka Weavers

Seven months after the April Earthquake, nine Dhaka weavers are back to business in Chathali, Bhimeshwor Municipality 3, Dolakha in their newly repaired Common Facility Centre. 408 more words


Dec 21: Who are the heroes we look up too?

And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow, Dropping from the veils of the morning to where the cricket sings; There midnight’s all a glimmer, and noon a purple glow, And evening full of the linnet’s wings. 172 more words


Bullshit in the Pulpit...

Two weeks running now I have to my annoyance in one church heard bullshit in the Pulpit to a highly smelly level. The idea of a series on this blog of writing a series of posts on annoying bullshit in the pulpit has been with me on and off for quite a while, but the last two weeks of this unpreachworthy bullshit took the biscuit from 2 different preachers – one a visiting preacher – supposedly a successful Gospel preacher from some big London church. 1,313 more words

Matcha5 brings new hope to social enterprise with an artistic twist

Social enterprises have improved the lives of millions in developing Asia through better livelihood opportunities and access to affordable services. India, the Philippines and Singapore are among the Asian countries with a thriving social enterprise sector. 482 more words

Fabijoniškės – 50mm advent calendar

Fabijoniškės was developed in the 1980s, making it one of the newest soviet-built districts in Vilnius. It is located on the eastern side of the highway that runs from Vilnius to the Nortwest, in the direction of Ukmergė and onwards to the Latvian border. 267 more words


non selective process

Oh you’ve been so lonely
Been oh so forgotten
Marginalised by people
You used call friends
Vitriolic remarks unkind
What thoughts occupy your mind
When you’re flat on your back… 188 more words