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April 14th 2015
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It had been an exceptional day, despite the mundane that filled it.

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February 18th 2015
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Now, I am quite partial to a parcel myself, although, I have had to accept, given my family’s medical history and my tendency to put on weight when within a 10-metre radius of delicious delights..

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November 24th 2014
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Last Thursday, Major Mike Lloyd-Jones presented ALOVE’s about-to-be-launched To Serve course material at our weekly Territorial Headquarters prayers. 

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October 31st 2014
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I was privileged to spend the past weekend in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, as a last-minute replacement guest at The Salvation Army’s ordination event for ministers (known as officers). 

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June 10th 2014
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A man was on a journey when he was attacked by robbers.  They stripped him bare, taking everything and left him with no good reason to carry on living.

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April 30th 2014
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It spurred William Wilberforce, subsequent to his conversion, to dedicate the rest of his life to the abolition of slavery in the eighteenth century.

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April 17th 2014
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Thursday – The Silence of their Shame
Friday – The Silence of the Lamb
Saturday – The Silence of the Grave 
Sunday – The Silence of the Tomb

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March 27th 2014
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Last night, I attended the launch of the First World War Anniversary Gospel at the Guards Museum. The venue was a treat in itself, surrounded as we were by the history of the Guards’ regiments and the records of some of the extraordinary feats of courage.

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January 3rd 2014
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Next Tuesday, 7 January, at 21h00, BBC4 will broadcast a 90 minute programme entitled, God’s Cadets – Joining The Salvation Army.

 

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December 17th 2013
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We are well into what I not-so-affectionately call the “Frantic Fortnight”. It is the period when we realise that the “plenty of time” we thought we had has been eroded.

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