When we first started our cuisine nights, we began with our countries of heritage – all Western and Northern Europe. After that, we did something completely different and explored the cuisine of Brazil. I realised recently that, since then, we haven’t done another South American cuisine. So, to fix that, we decided to do our Chilean cuisine night.
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When Jesus walked on earth, he spent time with people that respectable society ignored. Tax collectors, prostitutes, outsiders and outcasts. He loved these people and spoke words of grace to them. He ate with them, showing that he wasn’t ashamed to be seen having fellowship with them. And he healed them, both physically and spiritually. He called them to salvation, and many took up the call and followed him.
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We’re already two months into the new year, which also means we’re at the end of summer. Summer holidays for me means lots of reading time! Here are a few highlights of what I’ve read over the last few months.
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There are few things I love more than meeting up with a close friend and connecting over conversation. Laughing about the silly stuff and sharing the deep stuff. That’s how relationships are strengthened and friendships are made. The more we meet together, the closer we become.
What if we could have a conversation with God? In fact, we actually can have a conversation with God, and it’s something we’re called to do every day.
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When someone asked me what cuisine night we were doing next, and I told them Indian, they said ‘I can’t believe you haven’t done Indian yet’. I could hardly believe it too. That’s the thing about cuisine nights – there are so many fantastic cuisines to explore, it takes a while to get around to all of them.
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I grew up in a church that observed Lent. Nothing too dramatic, but we had an Ash Wednesday service, we were encouraged to fast and we had Holy Week leading up to Easter. My level of involvement varied from year to year, but it’s always been something I’m aware of.
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Last year I wrote a post about literary-inspired web series. Five web series based on works of classic literature. But I couldn’t stop at only five, so I’m sharing with you here five more web series to watch if you love classic literature.
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