Monday 4 March dawned bright and clear, as 14 British Union Conference retirees, spouses and friends, flocked to Luton Airport for their annual migration to sunnier climes. Waiting in the departure lounge it was wonderful to meet and greet old friends from many different parts of the country. They came from Crieff in Scotland, Bristol, Grantham, Watford and Norwich. We were saddened that one of the number, Lyn Dyason was not with us, having passed away a short time before.
The flight to Paphos,…Source: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2019-04-04/buc-retirees-holiday/
I remember sitting here in the boardroom of the British Union Conference office in Watford, waiting for the Teens, Pathfinder and Youth Advisory to start and as the regional directors and I were catching up with each other, we spoke about the terrible hurricane that had recently hit the Caribbean. Pastor Juan Carlos Patrick, Teens & Chaplaincy Director at the South England Conference mentioned how, for some time, he had not been able to contact or locate some of his family members. We…Source: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2019-04-04/buc-youth-ministries-mission-trip-2019-the-dominican-republic/
In October 1984, Patrick Magee planted the IRA bomb that killed Jo Berry’s father, the British politician Sir Antony Berry. That event created a relationship between Jo Berry and Patrick Magee which could have led to a lifelong hatred. Instead, the two have been on a journey together which has led them to sharing over 300 platforms around the world and promoting the idea that forgiving bridges between perpetrators and victims can be built.
At the April Diversity lecture held at Newbold College…Source: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2019-04-04/forgiveness-and-community-building-the-april-diversity-lecture/
Series FAMILY SEASONS with Pastor Kurt Piesslinger, M.A.
1.THE RHYTHM OF LIFE
My God bless you today and always.