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What can you bring to the table?

As a ½ St Helenian Island girl, with a chef for a Father, growing up was all about big family mealtimes! When the family all got together, everyone would bring something for the table – I felt like a kid on Christmas Day every single time! Curry goat, fish cakes, spicy tomato dip… a roast […]

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The Fruitful Life

I’ve realised I’m getting old. Gone are the days that I play on the PlayStation, or hang out with the cool kids. I now get excited over the planting season. A few weeks ago, I spent a day digging over the planters and planting some vegetable & fruit plants. Carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, onions, pumpkin, melon […]

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Kick Out The Complacency

I find myself writing this sat on the end of Harry’s bed after too many days of a routine that Emily and I are all too familiar with – one filled with Doctors and nurses, of coffee runs to the Costa just downstairs, “sleeping” on an armchair that converts into a bed before the switch […]

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Whose Plan is it Anyway?

I’ve really enjoyed the make room series, I hope you all have too. Thank you to all those who helped put it together. Making room sometimes means giving up something which is of clear benefit to other people and which you enjoy. That may be hard enough. But it can be even harder if you were […]

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Small Habits, Big Changes

Hey everyone! Here are some things that I am musing over at the start of this new year.    During this time, it’s natural for us to reflect on the changes we want to make and the goals we hope to achieve. Often, we can set big resolutions, dreaming of grand transformations. However, the wisdom of both […]

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Be An Abraham

If starting things and not finishing them was an Olympic sport, I am confident I would be proudly boasting over a neck full of glimmering gold medals. Perhaps like me you have a real gift for starting things and not finishing them? There are loads of reasons things get left unfinished; fear, focus, frustration to […]

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The Consultant Skillset

How the consultant skillset can help you lead leaders It’s been almost 5 years since I took the plunge to start working as a Church Facilitator and Consultant, and believe me, I’ve learned a ton along the way. One of the most rewarding things I get to do is coaching pastors of churches and charity […]

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Support Your Leaders

10 TOP WAYS TO SUPPORT YOUR LEADERS… Picture the scene: Lord of the Rings – pt 3 – Frodo and Sam are struggling up Mount Doom when Frodo collapses, unable to go any further. Sam then proceeds to carry him up the mountain, professing that while he cannot carry the Ring, he can carry the […]

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Some Might Say

While at college doing my A-Levels, the indie band Oasis were at the peak of their musical powers. They released a catchy number called, ‘Some Might Say’, which I sang at the top of my lungs in my Ford Escort on the way to and from college. I still sing it to this day, but […]

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Walking By The Spirit

WALKING BY THE SPIRIT: EMBRACING THE WEIRD Have you ever been misunderstood? If you’ve played Chinese Whispers, you’ll know that communication isn’t always perfect… sometimes with hilarious results. Take the following for example: 1 Corinthians 2:15 says ‘We who have the Spirit understand these things, but others can’t understand us at all.’ As Christians, we […]

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