including those killed,injured and bereaved in Kenya today.Caroline wrote:For Paris, for Beirut, for Syria, for the world.
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- Fri Oct 09, 2015 5:17 pm
- Forum: Prayer
- Topic: Hard drive failure and tech problems
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I was just about to say what Caroline's said. I've bought enclosures for 99p from sellers on eBay, although they could cost up to £2.99. They usually have arrived by the next post. You should be able to plug an enclosure ( aka 'caddy' although a caddy is really something else ) into whatever compute...
- Tue Oct 06, 2015 2:43 pm
- Forum: Advent and Christmas
- Topic: Christmas Greetings
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Every Christmas I promise myself that I'll start earlier the following year so my cards get done on time. This year for weeks I've had packets of cards out on my desk with my lists and address book but haven't written a single one. Getting the thread going will provide me with the atmosphere to stir...
AmenJennifer wrote:AmenEmle wrote:
Thank you Lord for all your seasons and may we see the beauty in each one...for every season has its reason and if we can pause to enjoy and sample just a little each day we will be refreshed.
Thank you, Isobel, for the poem and Caroline for pointing to it. Much as I like Spring, Autumn is my favourite season. Hay fever and summer sinusitis are over but the days are still light enough to enjoy being out of doors with a good book. I sat out this afternoon in the sunshine for the first time...
For all these women and girls to be rescued and to know, while they and their families wait, that there are people working for this, that they are not forgotten or abandoned.
A large explosion, followed by 6 more has devastated the Port of Taijin in Chinar earlier today, and the area surrounding it. The death and injured toll is high and is likely to rise. :votive1: For those killed and injured. :votive1: For the emergency service workers killed trying to rescue them. :...
AmenPHIL_S wrote:Wednesday Evening will see the induction of our new Rector. I am looking forward to meeting him and witnessing the service. I wish him well in his new appointment.
May God guide him and his family as they move into the new Parish.