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The Hidden Hunger

The Hidden Hunger

Every Sunday, you’ll find me under the flyover, in the heart of Coventry Town Centre, feeding the broken, vulnerable, drug-addicted, alcohol-dependent, and homeless individuals in our city. Having done...

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In the Madness: You can Find Strength for Your Stuggle

In the Madness: You can Find Strength for Your Stuggle

I was an addict in Manchester for 15 years. I was there when the clubbing madness that played a part in what later became the rave scene started. So I’ve been in the madness. But it’s not just...

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Finding Peace in a Knife Carrying World

Finding Peace in a Knife Carrying World

During the past few weeks, the news has reported that many teenagers have been stabbed to death. These knife attacks sadden me, as many teenagers have been lost—killed by other teenagers! This means...

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Loneliness: The Connection We All Need

Loneliness: The Connection We All Need

Loneliness is now an epidemic in our nation. We’ve never been more connected in this world of social media, but the truth is, most of us feel more disconnected and more isolated than ever. We live in...

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A Lesson from Pictures of Naked Ladies on the Wall

A Lesson from Pictures of Naked Ladies on the Wall

In 2000 and 2001, we did several outreach initiatives in Ibiza. One of our team members was a guy called David Blair. In the 70's and 80's Dave was involved with crime in the Manchester area. Dave is an...

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Choose to Hear the Good News this Christmas

Choose to Hear the Good News this Christmas

Have you ever been really down and the phone rings and it’s some good news? All of a sudden, even for a moment, your spirits are lifted. You’ve just experienced the power that good news has when it...

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The Process of the Pebble: Just a thought...

The Process of the Pebble: Just a thought...

Recently, I drove to the Lake District with my boyfriend, and we found ourselves at West Shore Beach on Walney Island. The beach was covered with pebbles. I was amazed by them and by how many there were...

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When Love Comes to Town

When Love Comes to Town

Recently, I visited Israel on a six-day tour of Jerusalem and the Sea of Galilee. During a visit to Magdala, the home of Mary Magdalene, my tour group saw the ruins of the first-century synagogue where...

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Reawakening

Reawakening

The news broke that 12 Thai boys and their coach were trapped. They had gone down a cave, as part of some kind of initiation, never expecting the weather to change and to get trapped underground. They...

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