These last 3 months have been so full and passed so quickly. It has been hard to choose which direction to go sometimes when 3 important events have clashed.
Like this past weekend for instance, I had to choose between a residential weekend at Pilgrims Hall for team and trustees or a conference at my church.
I chose the conference in the end as there were lectures on some very important issues we face in our world today.
I have been asked to post on the conference but that would be impossible so I pass on a link instead for those interested
(Go to Homepage and click on audio/video on the menu bar)
Professor Dr. Peter Jones who is the director of truthexchange shared his Godly Wisdom and insights on the infiltration of
Neo-Paganism into some of the church and society at large
He has written many books on the subject
We first met Dr. Jones last year and as an aside it is a small world.
Although he lives in San Diego, California, he was born and bred in my home town of Liverpool and was a friend of John Lennon when young
It turns out that he and I were awarded an Art Scholarship around the same time but my parents would not allow me to take a place at art school insisting on grammar school instead of the art school that some of the Beatles attended
That same weekend, as members, we had an important AGM of our local Conservative party to attend where there was some crucial voting to make sue that our Christian Member of Parliament had a team around him who would support him in his Godly endeavours.
We had the largest turn out for our town ever and the opposition were so fazed that they phoned the local Fire Brigade to try and have the meeting stopped on grounds of health and safety. The meeting went ahead with fantastic results.
Our weather this last week has been fantastic
Temperatures in the low 70's f. Virtually unheard of for March
While some were enjoying it others were dealing with
3 wild fires around the UK
Added to that hose pipe bans are due to come in beginning of April as we are in a serious drought situation after 3 dry winters
Well the good weather brings lots of hard work with it
Much pruning and tidying etc of the garden but we are also planning and working on lots of changes. A garden is never static and lots of things need to be replaced and we are also getting rid of one of our sheds and our greenhouse. I no longer do the raising of my own plants so the green house has ended up a dumping ground recently and our bottom shed is falling down
More on that later