Pray!. . .Pray always. . .


I really need to get a thermos mug! . . .I notice that on many occasions my posh coffee lar-tay or latte depending where your from, is cold before I finish drinking it, today is no exception.

I have just been reading an article about a sports player who collapsed whilst playing a football match. . .

As I read I sensed my internal organs grieving, aligning with his relatives anguish.

As I continued reading it was amazing to hear many professional players and football associates say that they were praying for him also, praying that he would be well!. . .

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A Fathers Love…

Im sat consuming a coffee and a little piece of chocolate in a busy deli-eatery.

The chocolate I am consuming is an easter egg reduced to half-price by a shop who’s marketing strategy failed to maximise revenue from the crucifixion.

There is a young boy, no older than 6 years of age sat at a table close to where I am located. He is sat with his father and is striving to engage him in child like activity, in a historical game derived from the nursery rhyme ‘pat-a-cake’. He is persistently wrestling with the clasped hands of his father trying to pry them apart for play.

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To You With Love…

It’s been a while since we chatted and I have often wondered how you are.


The froth on my vending machine coffee is disintegrating, and the edge of my crisp is fighting to delve into the vacant void where my recently excavated tooth once lived.

Outside the rain has reduced to a gentle drizzle and the air is crisp.


I have often sat and wondered what your up to, how your days have been filled, and wether your doing ok.

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Lads’ Kick Start Your Lockdown

We’re preparing to ‘Kick Start’ our sporting activities and meetings, get involved, join the team.

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The Football Player & Christianity, A Game Of Two Halves

The Football Player


Christianity, A Game Of Two Halves



The Football Player

There’s a young man called Phil’, he lives on the local council estate and works as a delivery man. Phil is mad about football he’s played since he was able to walk and supports the local red team.

At the age of 18 Phil had a trial for a lower league team, and signed on to the team and began to play on a regular basis. Phil’ now earns good money, more than he has ever made before. He is popular, he’s seen by thousands of people on a match day, not just by the locals on his street, and he has loads of new mates.

Party Life

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