Monthly Archives: July 2019

#fridayfootprints – Friday 26th July2019

The most beautiful part of prayer is the ability to focus entirely on ‘Our Father’. It just so happens that for many of us, we find this focus very elusive due to all the ‘white noise’ in our lives and … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 19th July 2019

What is love? The answer to this would vary depending on who you asked, when you asked and sometimes, where you asked it. The teenager boyfriend/girlfriend pair will give you a different answer to the elderly couple. As will the … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 12th July 2019

Every part of being a gardener is focused on our training to be ‘Samaritans’. Gardening is about caring for plants and the environment and all that this entails. Every element of the work involved provides gardeners with the lessons required … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 5th July 2019

A drab green plant and an uninspiring spike; ‘do not be deceived …’ and ‘… sow to please the Spirit …’ (Gal 6:7,8) Look what happens! When the Master Gardener is at work, suddenly the deceptive spike bursts forth and … Continue reading

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