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2 Jun 2015 // Caitlin Stansbury
Do you ever see your life stretching out before you? Maybe not your whole life, but at least your summer plans?    It feels good to know where you are headed, and what is coming up. Not only is it...
1 Jun 2015 // Harry Campbell
Hi Guys,   Happy Half Term All! I hope you have all had a chance to put your feet up between revision sessions.   Hugh and I have been on a road trip this week - picture the scene...       (we are...
19 May 2015 // Caitlin Stansbury
    God wants to remind us all that He is a Great Weaver!!   He knows what He is doing.     ​Let me explain...   So, a few weeks ago, my friend Phyllis messaged me saying: "I hear the Father say...
8 May 2015 // Caitlin Stansbury
  I've been pretty busy with work recently, so last week I took five days off and went back home to my parents' house. I wanted it to be a more intentional 'retreat' time than just going home, so...
7 May 2015 // Charlie Nohre

 

“What unites us is infinitely greater than what divides us”

These were the words of the vicar of HTB, Nicky Gumbel (or ‘...

6 May 2015 // Madeleine Miller

Our team of field workers were spread out amongst the Easter camps this year. Caitlin was at Revise, Harry and Jane at Activ8, Hugh led Xplore, and Jemimah and Tori were on Impact.

Here is...

6 May 2015 // Rosie Tennant

 

How do you make a youth worker's jaw drop?

Well, apparently you tell him about The...

15 Apr 2015 // Harry Campbell
  Part 2 - Light !   As well as being the Salt of the earth as we heard from Hugh last time, Jesus says  "You (Yes, You!) are the light of the world" - Matthew 5:14     It is clear that in our...
15 Apr 2015 // Charlie Nohre
Here's a little encouragement for you - part 1 of 2. First up Salt.    In Matthew 5:13, Jesus says, "You [yes, you!] are the salt of the earth". I'm sure you've all heard it before, but perhaps, like...
15 Apr 2015 // Harry Campbell
In order to keep going we need HOPE - here is just a little bit of HOPE.   I don't how many of you were hoping England would win the Six Nations.   We were left a little disappointed - only 6 points...

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