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Ever wondered what is going on in the lives of our church members and leaders? Well some of the them are blogging about the experiences, so why not take a read!

OK Why?

This morning I got up with the sun shining and England having won a football match and I woke up with a smile on my face. Then I realized I wake up with a smile on my face every morning. I watch Ann shower and get dressed, I make and eat breakfast and start my day with a smile. So what is strange about that you may ask? This last couple of weeks I have had the privilege of chatting with other ministers from our great movement and from other church streams, and have come to realize that I am exceptional as they don't wake up with smiles on their faces. One minister shared candidly that he is stressed and is getting counselling help, another shared that despite having a church with a regular S

Not a Preach

One good thing about a blog - it's not a preach, so I can get away with saying things that I might not normally say. This week I came across an interesting survey. The whole survey can be found at http://www.pewforum.org/2018/05/29/being-christian-in-western-europe /. How good a survey it is, or how accurate, I cannot say. However it made me think... "Most adults surveyed still do consider themselves Christians, even if they seldom go to church. Indeed, the survey shows that non-practicing Christians (defined, for the purposes of this report, as people who identify as Christians, but attend church services no more than a few times per year) make up the biggest share of the population across

A City on a Hill

It's always exciting to realise that people are not only reading but engaging with what you write. So thank you. I am aware that many of you reading this are not part of our normal Sunday congregation and that is humbling to know that you follow these postings. If that is you then do let me know a bit about you, either by making a comment on Facebook or by leaving a message here on this site. If there are particular things you want me to look at again let me know, you never know we might actually agree. Over the years I have realized that there are many, many Christians who have an active faith, know Jesus as their Saviour and Friend, who often read the Bible and pray regularly but for one r

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Leigh Elim Church

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