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A Brief Pause with Andy B, 24.11.22 When the people of Israel heard these requirements, they responded generously… by bringing the first share of their grain, new wine, olive oil, honey, and all the produce of their fields.

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When we think of thanksgiving we automatically think of the annual holiday celebrations that take place in the USA, which remembers the first Thanksgiving in 1621 by the early pilgrims. It was a harvest thanksgiving thanking God for His provisions for their community. The fact that Thanksgiving is originally men thanking the Almighty should be a universal theme, practiced by people of all countries and races. So here today are some British thoughts on thanking our God.

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A Brief Pause with Andy B, 24.11.22 When the people of Israel heard these requirements, they responded generously… by bringing the first share of their grain, new wine, olive oil, honey, and all the produce of their fields.

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A Brief Pause with Andy B, 23.11.22 “One-tenth of the produce of the land, whether grain from the fields or fruit from the trees, belongs to the Lord and must be set apart to him as holy.

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A Brief Pause with Andy B, 15.11.2022 Most of our life is spent hoping God’s got this, remembering that He does and seeing that He has.

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Just wanted to quickly put out a post to say we've been married for 26 years today! God is good and we've been amazed by all He had done in our life. So, a few photos from before we were married, from our wedding day, in our first home and then a few more up to date.

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Meet my very good friend Olamide Dawson, or Olli D to his friends. Ok, I call him that - I don't think anybody else does... Anyway, Olli is a Missionary Pastor working in Nigeria, and my good friend. He loves Jesus and has much wisdom on how we should prioritise ministry life.

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I am not sure if you are someone who enjoys riddles or not, but they are supposed to be fun and entertaining. Riddles describe things in a way that can be long winded, complicated, or confusing and the answer to these riddles are meant to be clever or funny.

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Last week I was super inspired by the preacher’s sermon at church; he is a man of the sea and hence spoke with authority on that subject about Jesus calming the storm. His use of nautical themes suited me; even though I am not a sailor or fisherman I have a love for nautical illustrations in my faith.

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I read this yesterday and thought it was utterly brilliant, and superbly penned - so I'm posting it here in full, with permission from Philo Trust and Canon J John. If you're on the fence, or if you're not, about whether you should be celebrating Halloween, or even what our response should be, I'd like to commend this article to you.

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The BerryBunch.family really is one big family. Like many families we have grown; since the BerryBunch Ministry began in 2020 we now have extended family hailing from many nations: England, Scotland, USA, Nigeria and Italy to name a few. And, when we talk about family, we really mean it! This is not simply the Berry family creating something; it is something much bigger than one small family – all by God’s grace and provision.

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A Brief Pause with Andy B, 28.10.22 Don’t be afraid, for I am with you. Don’t be discouraged, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will hold you up with my victorious right hand. (Isaiah 41 v 10)

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Dave the Dog and Jo were getting ready to record another “Story Time with Dave the Dog”. We captured this […]

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A Brief Pause with Andy B, 27.10.22 Then…Jesus said, “That is why I tell you not to worry about everyday life—whether you have enough food to eat or enough clothes to wear. For life is more than food, and your body more than clothing. (Luke 12:22-23)

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A Brief Pause with Andy B, 26.10.22 Worry weighs a person down; an encouraging word cheers a person up. (Proverbs 12:25)