Michel Kripalani is CEO of Oceanhouse Media, a premier publisher of award-winning children’s books and personal development apps that inspire, uplift and educate. Last year, Michel set himself a huge goal which he failed to achieve. Here’s what he shared about the unexpectedly good events that resulted. He wrote: “Have you ever set a big, hairy, […]
Readings: Isaiah 6:1–8 Psalm 29 Romans 8:12–17 John 3:1–17 Do you know the One-Bit Word Game? It’s a game where you may not use words that have more than one bit – one part. Now: I need some help here. Tom, what do I mean by ‘bit’? (Nice and clear, please) [Tom calls out: ‘Syllable!’] […]
This year Lucinda and I are looking forward to becoming grandparents again in just a very few weeks time. Jack and Leo, who have been with us sometimes at Easter services, are excited about, very soon, having a little sister – quite a ‘game-changer’ when you’re aged 5, or even 8! We are all, in our different […]
A man who has braved recent storms and spent last night under the pier wanders in and tries to tell a joke – but it falls flat. No one is greatly fussed – it happens. But, by contrast, if we were honoured with a royal visit and that visitor told an unfunny joke you might feel the tension rise to […]
Sermon SP July 2018
The Friends of St. Peter’s Church, Bournemouth are organising a ‘Late Harvest Parish Supper’ on Friday 4th. November in St. Stephens Hall, St. Stephens Rd, Bournemouth from 7.30pm to 10.30pm. Ticket price £7.50 to include Hot Food and Live Musical Entertainment from:- The Land Girls and Karl Lattimer. We do hope you can attend – […]
Give thanks for the glory of God that awaits you, in the company of others, for all eternity and practice, in your dreams, soaring like a butterfly!
We used to live near the river Wye. It was about half an hour’s walk along the river bank to Hereford Cathedral. Very often we would take Pippa, our dog, and walk a circular route along that river bank and back, till I knew it like the back of my hand. We saw the river, […]