I love walking and I love visiting new places to walk around in, and I usually don’t want a town or village map letting me know where I am in relation to everywhere else.
A grandmother was busy making tea in the kitchen and needed a can of tomato soup, her house was old, and she still had a pantry where she kept food and other non-perishables, so she asked her 5-year-old grandson to go into this pantry and get her one. The pantry was just out of the... Continue Reading →
In our modern, British culture there are so many definitions of what Church is, and even what it’s function is. Church, depending on your view or bias is a powerful force for good, relevant today as it ever has been. Others view it as an outdated institution whose time is up, it needs to die... Continue Reading →