Sorry for multiple posts

Sorry for multiple posts

Sometimes technology doesn’t go our way, so apologies for the multiple posts!

It appeared as though a whole section of posts had been taken from the website, so I re-added them – only to discover the website software had managed to simply duplicate every one of them!

Anyway…I’ve added some more coal to the furnace, fixed the solar panels, and taken a hammer to what needs fixing lol.

Three small letters, choices, and Jesus!

Three small letters, choices, and Jesus!

“Do not be anxious………….”

That moment when you question what you just did was one I had today; one of those oops moments which makes you want to scream out loud as sweat pours from your brow and you feel yourself tensing up.

I see myself as fairly ok with technology. After all, as a family, we produce regular, weekly and seasonal broadcasts which we create, edit, film and publish all by ourselves. I’m not a computer genius…just somebody who has learned to utilise technology for a wide array of projects.

I’ve built and managed websites for a business we ran, and have been paid to do so by others; I’ve managed social media accounts and campaigns for charities in different cities and created interactive newsletters for professionals; I’ve upgraded hardware in the computers we use – since we can’t afford to buy brand new, this is just something you learn to do.

So I don’t see myself as somebody who panics when a computer won’t turn on.

What dreams does God want you to be working on?

What dreams does God want you to be working on?

I’ve spent a chunk of today creating some graphics and a draft advert for a new project we’ll be launching, God willing, this coming Autumn.

While I’ve got plenty to do preparing for our next, and coming very soon, seasons of Endurance and Little Blessings Online, I also sometimes need to switch to something different.

So where’s the Church?

So where’s the Church?

Lockdown craziness has affected us all. Truly, the world will never be the same again!

I’ve seen churches face the challenge head on, and do the very best they can to continue to build God’s Kingdom where they are. They delivered food, supported local charities – even setting up new ones, knocked on doors to check on the vulnerable, set up telephone chains for support, posted DVDs, cassette tapes and CDs of services to people with no digital access.

Story Time, Joe’s Jobs

Story Time, Joe’s Jobs

Andy B tells us all about Joe who has lots of different jobs in his life, including shepherd, butler and Second in command to the King – you must find out how this happened. Joe would have worn many different hats, but the most fancy one would have been when he got to work for the King.