Our very own adventure in nearly Poland.
A prayer to be made hungry, where hunger is longing after more of God's presence.
A letter for Siân whilst she is still in Görlitz
A happy tale about a few days spent with my friend Corliss who is currently in the middle of her year abroad in South Korea.
I love the sense of expectation and hopefulness in this month – a sense of expectation with which days on the calendar are slowly crossed off and doors of advent calendars are opened.
So let the cracks appear. Let the worst of us bring the best. Let our lives be like Laura's music - glorious mixes of grief and hope, mourning and joy, brokenness and strength. And where our cracks are our grief, mourning and brokenness, may hope, joy and strength shine through.
Naomi, Umang, Lucy, Katherine, Siân and KT Tunstall. All the best people 🙂
A fun weekend in Cambridge with Freya.
A letter to a Tabitha ahead of August 2017 when I will cry many tears as she walks down the aisle as a beautiful bride.
A look back at the four wonderful places I have visited in the past week all as part of my job at Pembroke College. Lots of fun, lots of joy, lots of excitement
My very wonderful friend Siân has now moved to Görlitz for a year abroad working as a teaching assistant (as part of her languages degree). She has just started an amazing blog called ‘Adventures in Nearly Poland’. I thought I’d share her very first post about welcome, which made me well up a little bit when I first read it because I miss her already/ I am so proud of her/ it is just so beautifully written! Please have a read, it so worth your time.
After a few days of living in a new city, it is starting to feel like home. Here are my thoughts on what welcome has meant for me arriving here and trying to settle in…
Welcome is when you arrive at the train station, and a kind man carries your bags up the stairs, when you are ready to collapse in a heap.
Welcome is the taxi driver pointing out sights on the short journey to your apartment, and waiting until you’ve found the right house.
Welcome is the Christian who sees you hovering outside his church, and comes over to offer help. Who greets you with a smile, and a handshake, and kind German words.
Welcome is hugs and flowers from an amazing God-family, who have prayed for you for months; who emailed with pictures, because they know that a picture can reassure more than words ever could; who…
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A great night out with a great friend in a great place.