Monthly Archives: September 2011

Does Jesus float your boat?

We were returning from Lancashire recently when we came across a boat outside a church with the caption “Does Jesus float your boat?”  “floats your boat”        What does this mean? Here are some definitions from  the Urban Dictionary: Whatever “soothes your soul” or whatever “works best” aka – whatever you feel like… Read more »

Joining with brothers and sisters in Nepal

This Sunday Harry shared information about the work of Sagoal – a partner of Tearfund – who are involved in helping  the people of Shrivnagar in Nepal.W e heard a little of the pastor of Tikapur church, Madan, and of Sita, Dhandevi and Motilal who are all freed slaves (bonded labourers).  This community is being… Read more »

sunday morning walk

We’re fortunate to be able to step out of our doors and be surrounded by the most fantastic scenery  here in Derbyshire. So last Sunday we made the most of it and left the bandstand to take a walk. It wasn’t too challenging (or too long), and offered a lots of variety in a relatively… Read more »

Greenbelt 2011

A good number of us got along to Greenbelt this year – some camped… most didn’t! For me highlights included: All the mentions of ‘home’ that made me proud to be part of ThirdSpace and our vision for being home for others and plenty of renewed inspiration… Seeing our friend Ian Adams with Matt Rees… Read more »