If you have heard me preach, or know me well, you will know that the one thing I love most about the church is our extended family. If you adopt a child into your family they become part of the family. They now have a mother and father; a sister and a brother; aunts and... Continue Reading →
So I have jumped the gun and as I am sure we can always relate to, started planning out of fear, rather than out of obedience. Philippians 4:19 and Proverbs 3:5 come to mind because God always does provide, and we (I) should be more inclined to trust him if he has been specific (as... Continue Reading →
A weekend anywhere is far too short, and when you're travelling thousands of miles, it makes even less sense. So armed with a few days of next years holiday, I extended my wedding trip from a weekend to two weeks, with God's reassurance he was going to sort everything out - which should be reassuring,... Continue Reading →
A story wouldn't be complete without a happy ending. So it would be unfair for me not to complete the story that was one of my popular posts while in Uganda. In the city of Columbus, Ohio, I got to wear one of the most expensive suits I shall ever own rent (it was made... Continue Reading →
Exercises at assessment centres come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Regardless of “what” they entail, its important you understand the “why”.
I thought the Bishop should have the final word, and even though this post won't be relevant to everyone, and was sent with a my lovely GranGran in mind, those of you who knew my Grandfather might be interested. Bishop Elephaz wanted to send you a letter GranGran, but I wouldn't allow it! Enjoy!
After saying goodbye, all that remained was a return flight to London Heathrow. I was a little under the weather at this point, which was a shame. I have never had to work so hard to eat half a slice of banana bread in my life (yes, I only made it half way). Arthur kindly... Continue Reading →
Well, the “end is nigh”, all good things must come to an end, and my time in Uganda is no exception. I have to say goodbye. Although it has been an excellent experience, challenging me in many ways and allowing me to explore some family history, I’m also looking forward to returning home. During my... Continue Reading →
I wanted to write a post on some practicalities of navigating around Uganda and other African nations. The private taxi system is the cheapest way of getting around (not to be confused with private hire cars) and probably the safest way of getting around (on condition you don’t walk around with all your bling on... Continue Reading →
PDN’s training focuses around six core competencies. The first three are covered in the conference I am attending and the second three are covered the following year. Day one focuses on theology, where Dr David will be covering a basic overview of what theology is and some basic doctrinal points. Most of these pastors have... Continue Reading →