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Encourage, Nurture and Communicate

Luke 18:15-17 (18:16), Mark 10:13-16 – August 6, 2017

“Compassion: Encourage, Nurture and Communicate”

Encourage, nurture and communicate. These are three strong action words! Why on earth do I have these three verbs, or action words, as the title of my sermon today? 1,469 more words

Helping Out, with Bakery Goods (#BestOf)

(the Best of) A Year of Being Kind, Thursday, August 3, 2017

Almost everyone loves baked goods! This post reminds me of spreading the caring around, being kind with extra baked goods. 629 more words

The Gandy Brothers - Charles Leighton

The third Gandy brother mentioned in the Midland Counties Express is Charles Leighton, The article states that his address was 14 Caledonian Street, Bilston, and that, like his brother Francis, he was also a postman. 169 more words

Men Who Served

Joseph Holmes

The son of Joseph and Georgina Holmes, Joseph was born in Wolverhampton in 1889. His mother died in 1899, so by 1901 Joseph was living with his widowed father and siblings Edith, William, Daisy and Dora at 261 Bilston Road, Wolverhampton. 129 more words

Men Who Served

George William Watkins

The Express & Star of 7 September 1918 tells the story of the brave self-sacrifice of a Private Watkins, of 2 Goldthorn Hill, Wolverhampton. At the age of only 18, he was lying in hospital with trench fever, when he offered a pint of his blood to save the life of a sergeant in the next bed. 155 more words

Men Who Served

John Henry Blower

John was born in Wolverhampton in 1885, the son of Edward and Sarah Blower. In 1901, they were living at 5 Dukes Street, Wolverhampton, together with John’s brother, Albert E. 86 more words

Men Who Served

John Bernard Norris

John was born in Wolverhampton in 1891, the son of William Ratcliffe and Emma Jane Norris. In 1901, they were living at 7B Lower Villiers Street, together with his older brother, William Newland Norris. 100 more words

Men Who Served