Monthly Archives: May 2012

From a Distance, The Event / The Event Without Walls

I have “blogged” about how I felt compelled at Christmas 1993 to buy a duvet set from Marks & Spencer called Iona. A couple of weeks ago I was reminded that at that same Christmas, both my family and my … Continue reading

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13 May

According to history.com, on this day in 1940 Winston Churchill (interesting that his surname begins “Church”) became Prime Minister and announced his policy “to wage war, by sea, land and air, with all our might and with all the strength … Continue reading

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Grace’s Guide

I find from http://www.gracesguide.co.uk that Avro (the designer of Manchester, Lancaster and Lincoln aircraft that were used in WWII) was a subsidiary of Hawker Siddeley and that on 29 April 1977 (a date which 34 years later would be the … Continue reading

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Great God / Great Plan

In New Life Church this morning, I looked out of the window onto Holywell Street and saw the word “Gplan” and felt to say that we have a Great God and He has a Great Plan. One of the songs … Continue reading

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