Monthly Archives: February 2011

What kind of pencil are you?

After a week of enforced rest and a reading of Ian Adams book, Cave, Refectory, Road I felt we needed a challenge. What was God’s call to us in Matlock? What kind of difference will Third Space make to the wider community in the area? In the midst of the darkness of this broken world,… Read more »

Healing of the Nations at the bandstand

This morning we focussed on all that’s happening in Egypt at the moment. We began with some silence as we looked out over the park and onto the hills reflecting on the following words: Psalm 24:1 God claims Earth and everything in it God claims world and all who live in it.   This world… Read more »

Weekend Away – the walk

On Saturday Third Space went for a 2 mile walk from the outdoor centre to Thruscross  reservoir and along towards the dam.  The name is taken from Thor’s Cross, evidence of the Christianisation of the Vikings in the area.  The air was clear and crisp with the sun causing the hills to glow green.  The… Read more »

weekend away 2011

So we took to the hills. The Yorkshire hills in all their stark beauty. For everything there is a time. A time to eat, a time to drink, a time to talk, a time to laugh, a time to think, a time to walk, a time to stand still, a time to pray, a time… Read more »

Under the canopy of God’s love

Sunday found us at the bandstand looking at a parachute and an umbrella. Whilst on the walk in Blubberhouses, wrapped up against the elements Barbara said she felt like she was inside even though we were out of doors. This set her off into a train of thought about how ancient people thought of our… Read more »