Remembering and believing…


June (and the beginning of July) were just too busy – but brilliant. Each Saturday, there was something on, or I was away. Lots of travelling, long days and late nights. From the 1st weekend in June spent in Scargill House in Yorkshire, 2nd Saturday there was afternoon tea in our church, the following weekend …

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Flash Fiction, with some truth in it, by @georgietennan2


Georgie is back! This time with a tale of how a Sunday can go gloriously wrong... 🙂 Don't forget to catch up with her on her blog, and follow her on Twitter @georgietenna2     Not the Smoothest of Sundays by Georgina Tennant It had been the kind of Sunday that made me want to …

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Q is for Questions


When I was writing the first draft of my book, I asked 'social media' for questions. Mainly to help me think of elements of weight loss that I hadn't thought of. I got more than I bargained for, and I believe they've really added to the book. Here is just a small sample of the …

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A telling of Matthew 21


As it is a non AtoZ day, and it's Palm Sunday, I wanted to share what we heard in church this evening. Our preacher did something a little different and told the story of Matthew 21 from the point of view of one of the pilgrims to Jerusalem. I just had to share it. Hope …

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H is for Have Mercy


I mentioned in my opening AtoZ post some of the changes that led to my five stone weightloss. Since then I have put on a little, lost a little, put on a little, lost a little… I am still five stone down. In some ways that is frustrating as I feel I could do with …

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A funny thing happened on the way to Isaiah 30


Before we jump in, make sure to pop back on Friday when I'll be starting the blog tour for the 2018 Chaiya Art Awards compilation, 'Where is God in our 21st century world?' I'll be interviewing one of the finalists and sharing some images from the book. For now, back to Isaiah... I look back …

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Isaiah in the early 20s


I was all ready to give up by the time I got to Isaiah 24!  It was verse after verse of warnings and terrible prophecy. Egypt (chp 19), Egypt and Cush (chp 20), Babylon (chp 21) , Jerusalem (chp 22) , Tyre (chp 23) , then the whole earth (chp 24) . I should have …

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