Jesus


Blog by Joel Pridmore Whatever our political views or opinions on military action, today we share in the opportunity to remember those who have paid the highest price during military conflicts in order for us to live in such relative freedom. Our culture may have its flaws, but we do […]

Remember The Cost of Freedom





Blog by Joel Pridmore This week I visited the Eden Project in Cornwall. It is a fascinating place where my children and I had a great time adventuring through different climates created to emulate those in different parts of the world. Each zone was enclosed in a ‘biome’ and housed […]

EDENTIFYING OUR HABITAT


Blog by Joel Pridmore They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, well I realised last week just how fond I have become of connecting to the world through my mobile devices! Whilst taking part in a recent conference at Ffald y Brenin, the lack of mobile network reception left […]

PHONE STONE


Blog by Joel Pridmore During the New Wine Cymru Leaders Conference last weekend, there was a session where Julian Richards, who heads up the NWC network, was waving a sharp, shiny and rather dangerous looking arrow around to illustrate a talk he was giving. One of the points (pardon the […]

SHARP FASHION SENSE



Blog by Joel Pridmore I have often been accused of having a screw loose, but this Wednesday I awoke to the effects of a screw having genuinely loosened. My glasses (and I promise I didn’t fall asleep with them on) were lacking an arm. I thought it had just snapped […]

SCREW LOOSE


Blog by Joel Pridmore I was meant to be soaring through the sky on Tuesday but remained very much on Terra. Last year when I had my first gliding experience, I was unable to complete my second run due to motion sickness! So I took an opportunity to book my […]

Grounded


Blog by Christabel Chioma The church walk on the 17th Feb was my first time climbing Constitution Hill (or any other hill for that matter)! From the top I could see huge buildings looking so small. Cars, people… You name it, everything looked small… as if you could walk on […]

Up Higher