Month: May 2012

  • The Olympic Torch Relay

    The Olympic Torch Relay is making its way around the British Isles. 8000 torch bearers are carrying the Olympic Flame to 1019 communities. Some torch bearers are famous, others have been chosen because of their bravery in the face of adversity or their service to others. Most of the torch bearers are young people, some […]

  • The Loving Hand that Guides

    The success of Chelsea in the Champions League Final was unexpected, but brought great happiness to their many supporters. It was interesting to hear what the commentators said as Chelsea fought back and then went on to win the penalty shoot out as their goalkeeper saved three out of the six penalties he faced. The […]

  • The transforming power of God’s love

    Sadly, the conflict in Syria continues despite the attempts of the UN and their special adviser, Kofi Annan, to establish a peace plan. The conflict began in January 2011, as part of the Arab Spring, when protesters demanded the resignation of President Bashar-al-Assad and the overthrow of his government. In response the government has used […]

  • Putting austerity into perspective

    In the recent elections in the UK, France and Greece, large numbers of people have voted against the austerity measures being adopted by their governments. These measures include higher taxes and spending cuts, which will reduce the level of public services. People will need to work longer before retiring and public sector wages and pensions […]