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Karen Ette
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Lent reflections 5 - Footsteps
  Psalm
119:133 Direct my footsteps by
your promise, and do not let any kind of iniquity rule over me. As we each find our own ways to mark the season
of Lent, we follow in the footsteps of centuries of others who have spent time
preparing to celebrate the ...
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Lent reflections 4 - Mothering Sunday
Everyone has a mother, most know the love and friendship they have, or had, with their mother, and some never knew, or know, who theirs is, or was. In the UK and Ireland, Mothering Sunday is celebrated on the fourth
Sunday of Lent meaning that it falls on a...
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Strangers on a Train - Review
Based on the 1950s novel by Patricia Highsmith, Craig Warner has
breathed new life into this classic story. The Grand Opera House, York staged Strangers
on a Train from the 5th – 10th March 2018 where the scenery also played a
leading role in the production...
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Lent reflection 3 - stop complaining
Philippians
2:14   Do everything without complaining
or arguing. One of the most common phrases heard at the
beginning of Lent is: "What are you giving up?" Chocolate is a
favourite choice, then biscuits, alcohol, cakes, the list goes on. But who are
we giv...
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Lent reflections 2: giving up and self denial
    Photograph of the Permissive Path by Syd Spence Matthew 4:1-2 After this, Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the Devil. After fasting for forty days and forty nights, he finally became hungry. We are often urged to give up ...
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Lent Reflections
2 Kings 20:10 It is an easy thing for the shadow
to lengthen ten steps. Rather let the shadow go back ten steps. The earliest mention of Lent in church history is in 325 AD
and is referred to in Greek as 'tessarakonta'. Translated, this means forty –
the le...
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Ghost Stories on Christmas Eve
The small,
grey-haired gentleman climbed the few steps and surveyed his auditorium. Rows
of polished oak benches were neatly lined up before him and the stove towards
the rear of the left-hand side was stoked, its heat beginning to fill the room
and flow in...
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The only New Zealand born nurse killed in action on the Western Front
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UCAS 2018 - A Step-by-Step Guide
This up-dated guide for 2018 entry would be an enormous help to anyone preparing to apply to be an undergraduate at a university in the U.K. They would really benefit from reading this inexpensive book and it does exactly what it says on the cover - guide a...
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Killed in Action - 16th August 1917
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