Category Archives: St Botolph

Darkness to Light – Colossians 1:13

My first dance with John Wilson (when I met him at my cousin John Jeffers’ wedding on 10th January 1987) was to “New York, New York”. On September 11th 1999 my mother died. On September 10th 2001 (my wedding anniversary) … Continue reading

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Homeless

This week I picked out “blind”, from a bag of topics, the topic Homelessness with which to lead prayers at work. Interesting, because God knows that it is a subject I learnt something about when I became a Christian in … Continue reading

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The Writing is on the Wall

In November 2004 I was living in Leatherhead and signed on with Adecco agency in Leatherhead as a temp (my temp controller was Tristan Hope, a Christian who attended a church that met in a school in Wallington). Tristan’s name … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on St Botolph and Boston

17 June is St Botolph’s Day. My first temp assignment in 1995 was in Boston where my boss was Mr Mather (same name as my headmaster in my secondary school, where my school motto was “Give All”). At that time … Continue reading

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