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The Mystery of Rabina Khan's Wikipedia page and Mela trouble for Shiraj Haque

Firstly, thank you to the new wind blowing through East End Life (and to the reader who spotted it) for providing me with a new banner photo for this blog. 2,112 more words

Who's in the driver's seat?

Obsessive, compulsive and driven, I thought I had my journey all mapped out. I had dreamt about what it would be like. I’d read ‘guidebooks’ about where I wanted to go and about the journeys of others. 569 more words

What do we do now? – 3


Matthew 22:35-40


Pitfalls for the self-seeking

A way of loving God that feels good – an intensity of the Holy Spirit as Martin Smith and band lead a crowd of 7,000 in worship at New Wine 2014… 714 more words

Wild-Card Wednesday: Bright City - 'Colour'

Well, what to say about this Brighton-based band; Brighton is where I live and it was a couple of Sunday’s ago, I was checking what new releases were coming out on iTunes the next day and saw this band had an album due out. 212 more words


A Journey Through Holy Week

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Because He loves me, he traversed, climbed, descended to find me so that he could then extend, suffer, atone, and substitute himself for me in the place of my sin, suffering, abuse, neglect, sickness, illness, disease, death, eternal hell, self, pride, ego, loneliness, depression, fear, lack of knowledge, pain, and injustice…so that I can know God. 1,208 more words


$33K in stolen Native-American art returned to family

NEW MEXICO – Valuable artwork found in a vacant Albuquerque home was returned to the family of well-known Native American artist Al Momaday.

Albuquerque police Officer Martin Smith found the artwork in January while boarding up a house that was once a meth lab. 64 more words