Monthly Archives: February 2014

A Journey Begins

Why is it the more you know the more you realise that what you know is such a small amount of what there is to know? I have learnt a lot over the years, I read so many articles about … Continue reading

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Understanding Us

Why did Jesus have to come to live among us? I think there is a very important reason beyond the requirement for him to die to save us. That is to understand us, to really understand us, and for us … Continue reading

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Information Overload

The first story I ever wrote was about a mad professor who built a time machine and recovered items from different time periods within his own lifetime to do something or other, I forget the specifics. I loved that story … Continue reading

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Unconditional Love

I live in a town (technically it’s actually a village) of about 20,000 people, there is nothing terribly exciting about it. It has a train station, half a dozen schools, perhaps 10 or 12 churches, a small collection of shops … Continue reading

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