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1 Nov 2016

Each November we remember those who have died in the service of their country, not only in the World Wars but in numerous conflicts since.  It is right and fitting that we remember and honour those who died to save us from tyranny and oppression.  It is also right that we remember and honour those who have died more recently protecting us from terrorism and violence.  Because 11th November 1918 marked the end of the First World War, this date each year is set aside to remind us of the sacrifice...

30 Sep 2015

At the Village Festival, this was a question which someone posted on our “If Jesus was here today what would you ask him?” board.  I know it is a question which many people ask at various times of life.  If God is a God of love as Christians believe then how can he allow so much pain in our world?  We will never fully understand this during our life on earth.  But the Bible and Christian experience can shed some light on it.

 

Firstly, pain is not all bad – it alerts us to a proble...

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