Wednesday, August 27, 2008


Rather than passively waiting to eat what is shoveled to them by the old guard, today people create their own content. Spreading the word regarding its quality by themselves, employing no marketing, no advertising. And what creates a YouTube sensation is authenticity. Every commercial online video endeavor has flopped. Turns out we don't want Ed Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz to create bite-sized TV shows for our online consumption, but people just like us to display raw creativity, to tickle our fancy through their humanity.
Bob Lefsetz - Commercialization/Authenticity

I have said this before but I love Bob Lefsetz commentary on the music business and his astute observations on the paradigm shift we are part of... The letter from which the above quote comes from is all about authenticity and how easily it is lost, if it was ever held, through a quick buck... a cheap sell out to some commercial interest.

What got me thinking when I read this letter yesterday... was authenticity through displays of our own humanity.

The one thing the "top down" emperors want more than anything is authenticity... and its the one thing they don't have.

I remember back to Nirvana and the whole "Seattle scene"... when it went mainstream and Calvin Klein and others repackaged the thriftstore look and sought to sell it back to folk for a lot more than it would have originally cost. It wasn't authentic. It didn't come from the scene. It wasn't from. They did their own thing... they weren't dictated to by magazines or experts... it was their own thing.

When I consider expressions of faith... what I see as being the most meaningful is authentic voices. People within cultures / subcultures / genres / communities / locations / groups etc etc who can connect with their peers and fellow participants.

Its about coming from the scene... its about doing your own thing... Its about rejecting the one-size-fits-all solutions provided by self-appointed cultural experts! Its the D*I*Y aesthetic. Its about people just like us doing it for people just like us... the laos reaching the laos... without any quantitative targets or commercial gain.

We need to empower and be empowered! Each one can reach one... in our own unique way... we can and do connect/reach people that no one else does. One size does not and will not fit all. The old days are gone... we need to get over this attract and extract mentality... and embraced our uniqueness... our specialness... as a gift.

If we only display our humanity... our broken-but-fixed-ness... in whatever unique and creative manner we can... in the situation we are place in... then only good can come of it.

We need to stop being scared of who we are... and start living as people of God... as bright lights in these dark days. Being truly IN the cultures / subcultures / genres / communities / locations / groups etc etc we are in... but all the while dancing to a different drummer... dancing to a different beat... dancing to the redemption song called freedom.

This is being authentic. This is being who we are called to be.

Preparing For Lorraine Kelly

Out with Bill... In with Lorraine...

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Coffee With Alistair

Grabbed a coffee today with Alistair... He called me up and we had a blether... the way coffee should be!

We just talked about a lot of stuff. Alistair is back at Uni soon... so this will be a more regular occurrence, which will be sweet.

In fact, we are going to set aside on lunch hour a week to talk through a book together. Bring back to life the idea of a bookclub... but this time physical with comments posted online afterwards. Should be good. First book will be Brian McLaren's a generous orthodoxy - I want to get other opinions on the book.

So if you are in the Glasgow area and fancy taking a journey with a few others through the written word then please contact me and we'll see where it goes.

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Bill Paterson Signing Books

Somebody called Bill Paterson was signing books today... is he an actor or something? OK... so he is in wikipedia ::
Bill Paterson (born June 3, 1945) is a Scottish actor who has appeared in many films, plays and television series.
Ahhh... still no idea who he is... but he likes his fans... preferring to make the photographers wait than his fans. That's a nice touch.

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Monday, August 25, 2008

RSS Overload!!!

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Their poverty shows in the way they feed themselves

"England is one of the richest countries in the world. The people I'm talking about have enormous televisions - a lot bigger than my own - the latest in mobile phones, cars and they go and get drunk in pubs at the weekend.../

/...Their poverty shows in the way they feed themselves."
Jamie Oliver via BBC News

What a brave comment... and one that is rather astute from my fave Essex boy done good.

I think the poverty that comes from wealth is a topic worth exploring... not just in relation to food but in relation to the things that build us up as people... as communities... and as a community of communities.

This poverty can be seen in the individualism that comes with wealth... the pro-selfish me-me-me-first attitude of a dominant consumer culture... with a what-have-you-done-for-me-lately approach to societal interaction. We are a fast-food nation that have spawned a myriad gaggle of Verruca Salts who want their squirrel and want it NOW!!!!!!

Where do we go from here? I am, afterall, part of the problem... I am a card-carrying member of the Consumerist Party with my prerequisite iPhone and standard-issue Vans... who am I to comment?

I can fight back in traditional ju jitsu style... by using the weight and strength of the enemy and his/her weapons against him/her. I can use my choice to become part of the solution.

Choice is the poster slogan of the Consumerist Party. The key keyword in their propaganda campaign. I am rich because I have choice and I can choose!

I can use my choice to feed myself correctly... physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually...

I can choose to eat in using fresh produce rather than eating out. I can choose second hand... fairtrade... to make my own or to make do. I can choose to support people and producers... instead of just supporting corporations. I can buy local and care about what I buy and where it came from. I can give away what I no longer need and ensure I don't waste what I have.

I can choose life... and choose to live!

I can think different (even though thinking different was coopted by the makers of the laptop I type this on...) and I can be deliberate with the things that feed me and sustain me...
Summing it all up, friends, I'd say you'll do best by filling your minds and meditating on things true, noble, reputable, authentic, compelling, gracious—the best, not the worst; the beautiful, not the ugly; things to praise, not things to curse. Put into practice what you learned from me, what you heard and saw and realized. Do that, and God, who makes everything work together, will work you into his most excellent harmonies.
Philippians 4: 8-9 (The Message)

Best of all I can choose to make a start... and choose keep getting up every time I fall... every time I fail... until I resonate with these most excellent harmonies!

Hanging With My Sister...

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I have succumbed to peer pressure...

...and joined BEBO.

My URL is - if you are on BEBO and want to hook me up then please do so.

Oh and for everyone wondering why??? One word... REACH

((deep)) :: 23rd August, 08

I was gutted to hear that Garry B had pulled out due to a double booking... but was delighted when I heard that my boy, Jon Godfrey, had stepped up! He is a gifted speaker... a channel for God's word for now... and he spoke directly to everyone gathered on Saturday night. I hope to post the video later (when I can get my MacBook up and running) so I won't spoil it other than to say his theme was looking at our actions under the banner "what on earth are you doing???"

After some mash-ups from me... my good friends, Jen and Paul, led us in a time of Sonworship during which we had an interactive spell where the participants got together and reviewed good and bad stories from the news papers strategically placed on their tables. People got involved and interacted... which was great to witness... soundtracked by "Albertine" Brooke Fraser' fab 2nd album.

Jon then took to the floor... and as I said above challenged everyone there.

It was great to see some new faces... and some "people of peace" - real connectors - who will hopefully spread the word and bring more people next time.

Debrief is on Wednesday... so if you were there and have any comments... please leave a comment or drop me an email/tweet/Facebook msg.

My thanks to the team: Jen and Paul, Tony, Kieren, and Lucy for everything... and to Jon for stepping up/in at the last minute! You guys rock!!!

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My MacBook's Powercable Is Gubbed Again...

...and I only have 15mins battery left. Olly is making cards... so i can't jump on her iMac.

I'm going to try and update via my iPhone and see where we get to... but before I start... a wee prayer:

Oh Lord... Creator of the universe... and creator of the creator of the iPhone... I ask that you give me divine patience to work this touchscreen keyboard! Amen.


My cable is working again... I don't know how... or why... but I left it while I gallivanted with Jane & then Olly... and then gave it a try... and it worked... again. More lives than a cat!

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Sunday, August 24, 2008

Saying Farewell (again) To Kenny And Sarah

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wish you were here

Olly and I are taking some time out of our sectional responsibilities... we feel a discontent within our souls and need to take time out to understand what we are called to do and where we are called to be.

To some people in the Salvation Army this is tantamount to sacrilege... but to us its a necessary step. We need to get our priorities right... our Founder didn't say:
“While women weep, as they do now, I'll attend a practice; while children go hungry, as they do now I'll sing in the choir; while men go to prison, in and out, in and out, as they do now, I'll play in the band; while there is a drunkard left, while there is a poor lost girl upon the streets, while there remains one dark soul without the light of God, I'll spend time in my church, I'll be in there until the very end!”
No... he didn't! He said...
“While women weep, as they do now, I'll fight; while children go hungry, as they do now I'll fight; while men go to prison, in and out, in and out, as they do now, I'll fight; while there is a drunkard left, while there is a poor lost girl upon the streets, while there remains one dark soul without the light of God, I'll fight, I'll fight to the very end!”
We need to find our fight!

So we're taking some time out. We haven't said we won't be back... and haven't burned any bridges. We need to rest... with our inspiration for this coming from Matthew 11: 28-30...

We are looking to learn the unforced rhythms of grace... the being where the Lord wants us to be... being who the Lord wants us to be... being with the people the Lord wants us to be with... and realising where we are, who we are and who we are with already.

So this morning we sat back... soaked up all that was prepared... and were knocked off our feet!

First off... the YP Band played the song that's being going through both Olly's and my mind this week... Matt Redman's The Heart of Worship ::
When the music fades
All is stripped away
And I simply come
Longing just to bring
Something that's of worth
That will bless your heart

I'll bring You more than a song
For a song in itself
Is not what You have required
You search much deeper within
Through the way things appear
You're looking into my heart

I'm coming back to the heart of worship
And it's all about You
It's all about You, Jesus
I'm sorry, Lord, for the thing I've made it
When it's all about You
It's all about You, Jesus

King of endless worth
No one could express
How much you deserve
Though I'm weak and poor
All I have is yours
Every single breath
By opting out of the sectional worship, we are able to strip a layer of busyness away... a layer between us and God... and just simply come into His presence. We gathered for worship and it was all about Jesus... not about what we had to do or when we had to take part... just Him.

Then the Songsters sang a song that says "all who are weary... come home"... which was so apt for where we are.

Afterwards... Major Alec spoke on obedience... quoting Acts 9. He emphasised the fact that we are ALL called, in some way or other, to do something/be someone/be somewhere that the Lord has called us to do/be. There should be no spectators in this fight. We are all called to different things :: Saul was called to his journey... Annanias was called to accept Saul... what would have happened if Saul or Annanias had refused their calling? And yet we are all called to work together.

He spoke to us... but, more importantly, he spoke to everyone gathered. We all need to understand our calling.

Then to sum things all up... the Band played a tune that speaks of being "in the love of Jesus..." where "...there's perfect rest".

Rest. There is an irony that we were ministered to by the Sections we are on hiatus from... and I'm not sure what to say about that other than our experience is a Mary AND a Martha thing.

Martha criticises Mary (and indirectly Jesus) because Mary sits listening / being with Jesus while she is busy preparing stuff. We side with Mary... she gets who Jesus is... but then so did Martha... who, no doubt, was preparing the food/drink and being hospitable.

We need to be like Mary... and take time out to sit and listen to Jesus... but this time out is only to prepare for the time we are called to be like Martha and do the jobs allocated to us.

This is a faith AND action thing! The Army, in my opinion, has become too busy... to action orientated without the balancing act of sitting at Jesus feet. I have witnessed too many people express their faith by what they do or don't do... and not who they are. Last time I checked, this is how the Pharisees expressed their faith... "Thank you God that I am not like this Tax Collector... etc... etc".

I am not criticising the action... far from it. God needs people who are prepared to do what He wants them to do. BUT we need to ensure we are ACTUALLY doing what He has called us to do. How do we ensure this..? by sitting at Jesus' feet and keeping company with Him.

This is why we are doing what we are doing... and why I would encourage everyone engaged in the fight to make sure they are doing/being what the Lord wants us to do/be.

Well Done Team GB!!

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Good To See Richard Knott This Morning...

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Saturday, August 23, 2008

Jen And Paul Leading Us In Sonworship

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New Faces... Yay!!!

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About To Kick Off...

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((deep)) -- TONIGHT!!! ((23rd August))

((deep)) tonight... from 7pm! Garry B had to pull out... but we are all extremely grateful for Jon Godfrey stepping up and in at the last minute. Its going to be good... with worship from Jen & Paul and a sneaky wee mash-up set from me.

Be there, if you can... £3 or what you can afford at the door. 1 Houldsworth St, Glasgow.

If you can't then support us with your thoughts & prayers.

Dictators vs Aggregators

You used to have no choice. You listened to what radio and MTV fed you. Now, youngsters hate radio and are tuning out in droves, if they ever tuned in to begin with. The history of music is available at your fingertips, you can go exactly where you want to and leave the rest behind.

The mainstream press has not caught up on this, because it's based on the old broadcasting model. Lasso the most people and dictate. But does YouTube dictate? eBay? They're just aggregators, in total they've got more users than the old mainstream dictation media outlets do, it's just that everybody's involved with completely different media. And, if something garners a lot of eyeballs, it's usually a train-wreck, some inane video about saving Britney or two cups that gets a momentary spike and is then forgotten.

So, if you light yourself on fire, people will pay attention for maybe a day. But then it becomes, what have you done for me lately?

Which is why the publicity stunts no longer work. They're seen as such. And the more you parade yourself in the mainstream press, the higher the risk you turn people off. If Coldplay entered the market today, they'd be a fraction of the size they are, and people wouldn't hate Chris Martin. It's just that Coldplay was one of the last bands to eke through under the old dictation system, we were all paying attention then, we're not anymore.../

/... I actually think the Jonas Brothers are a step up from Miley Cyrus and a lot of the recent pre-teen dreck. They can play and they can write. But obviously, kids are more interested in their own camp experience than the faux one portrayed on the Disney Channel. You might say that they have a short attention span, but that is wrong. They graze until they find what they're truly interested in, then dig extremely deep. Guitar Hero is better than the Jonas Brothers, they'd rather play the former. You don't have to consume what the man feeds you any longer. This is the story of the twenty first century, not piracy.
Bob Lefsetz

I get Bob Lefsetz's email and I love it... don't always agree with him... he has a fondness for C&W and Classic Rock... but I find his opinion and understanding of the music industry just now to be on-point.

His recent email / blogpost on the Jonas Brothers stayed with me. It doesn't matter if you don't know who the Jonas Brothers are... ask Dayna sometime and she'll tell you. Its more about the reference to the demise of MTV and the rise of YouTube... the demise of dictators and the rise of aggregators... that I got.

The whole paradigm shift that we are in the middle of is from a few elite "experts" telling us what to do... to decentralised populist peer recommendations. The intention of the ol' nanolog is to highlight what I dig... if you don't - hey nae worries... if you do - cooooool! Take the comments on my 2001st post... nobody likes my taste in music. Do I care??? Well, no... because its not about me telling you what to listen to but me opening up the doors and letting you choose.

Move this thought to church and we see the church stuck in a "traditional" dictation scenario... Jesus is the only way etc... Now PLEASE HEAR ME when I say I believe Jesus is the way to God. I am a follower of God in THE WAY OF Jesus. Its not about the message... its about how we communicate this message.

The gospel is equated with a preacher banging his (always a him... noticed that?) bible and telling you what to think/feel/believe/act/behave etc.

Times are changing... as demonstrated above... are we? Its no longer about lassoing as many people as possible and extracting them from their place and demanding they become "one of us".

Instead of dictating this love... maybe we should be the love. Be with them instead of expecting them to be with us... living out the message that people can take or leave... without necessarily us taking or leaving them. Instead of dictators we become aggregators of the message.

An aggregator is a go-to place. I want the latest video... I go to YouTube. I don't watch MTV and wait for when they are ready to show it to me. Being an aggregator is about being in the world and openly living a different life with people. You become the person people go-to... when they want to talk. This isn't an attractional thing necessarily... you are still in the world being Jesus in the community/subculture/genre that you be in... but you are open for people to approach you on their time. This isn't a "11 am on a Sunday" kind of thing. You are open and approachable... just like YouTube... 24/7... via face-to-face, phonecall, text, email, IM, Facebook IM, Skype etc etc.

Let's stop trying to be experts and dictating the best message in the world... and start living the best message in the world and being approachable for those searching... in their time.

Thanks Bob for the inspiration. Check out his views on his blog although... be warned... he does use strong language when expressing his opinion... and if you can't look beyond that then maybe you should stay within your entropic Contemporary Christian sub-cultural "bubble".

This is cool :: DJ Schmolli

I am kind of going a bit mash-up daft here in the "Well. In addition to the excellent DJ Earworm we have the fab DJ Schmolli with some fab tracks... including a personal favourite that mashes up smells like teen spirit with bleeding love... awesome!

Going to use some of these tracks tonight at ((deep))... we'll see how many folk ask me about them.

Check them out!

This is cool :: DJ Earworm

Been listening to tracks mashed-up by dj earworm - true genius! Check them out.

Friday, August 22, 2008

San Francisco :: New Tee From Al And Julie :: Thanks!!!

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This is cool :: DIY Skateboard Project

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notcot does it again... with the heads up to this post on that provides a step-by-step guide to making an old school skate deck from recycled wood.

I am going to enlist my dad... and do this. Inspiring.


Not sure how MAKE:blog picked up my post on the D*I*Y Skateboard... but am glad they did! Credit goes to for their idea... I was just showing my appreciation!

Out At The Bier Halle Republic

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Thursday, August 21, 2008

New Hope x iPhone

Thanks to my boy Johnny Laird for the heads up on this... New Hope Christian Church in Oahu are doing some cool things to keep their people connected... via the iPhone.

Basically, the Pastor himself talks you through how to add their site as an icon on your iPhone and then walks through some of the features they have on offer.

I like this... its progressive and is relevant to their congregation. I have to say, though, that I wonder what their Pastor must feel like when he looks over at his flock and they are all on their iPhones. Hmm...

I do, however, worry about elitism when I consider the iPhone. I'm not say it is elitist, per se... but its £99 entry point plus a minimum of £30 per month for 18 months will stop people from buying it. Its the cult of Apple... and the cache numpties like me are prepared to pay for... but there are other phones out there capable of surfing the net... taking photos (better ones) and listening to music.

Where am I going with this? Its not about guilt anymore (a good friend helped me out with that) its more about REACH! We have some awesome news... grace isn't just the name of a girl... it is a thought that has and will change the world! and we need to make this as accessible as possible.

Tech is one way... and there are others... but New Hope have done something fab for the iPhone! There are some nice Biblereaders on the App Store for it too... but what about all the other phones out there??? Who is making this wonderful news accessible in formats suitable for them?

Well done New Hope!

Open the eyes of my Heart Lord...

Open the eyes of my Heart Lord...
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Loving this pic... beautiful!

Am I The Only One Who

...feels self conscious talking on a handsfree that looks like an ordinary pair of headphones? This isn't solely an iPhone thing... it's the outcome of evolution... the convergence of phones and music players.

It all looks a bit insane, really... crazy guy muttering away to himself... but it makes sense when we see the earbuds... see the artefact and read the clue... when we understand the situation.

Makes me wonder how I appear to others... especially when they can't read the clues or are unable to understand the context. I guess that's where relationships and intentional engagement come in... as a means of providing some degree of shared understanding. Emphasis on "shared"!


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Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Good Times!!

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The Tree!

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Scott Hula-hooping

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I Love Lifecast

There are a number of go-to apps that I use on my iPhone... LifeCast is one of them... as you can see from the marked increase in posts on the ol' nanolog. I have found Lifecast to be something special.

Its premise is pretty simple... fire a photo or text from your iPhone to your blog. Nice and simple. I am starting to use it as a tool for posts... posting the inspiration in picture form for me to come back to and add words... or posting the words when I am on-the-go.

Works sweetly in a 3g or wifi environment. It does work with edge but takes a wee while.

How would I improve it? Well... I would keep the simple navigation... but allow a user to upload a photo AND text. Not sure why we can't but I have a feeling we will... at some point in the future.

I only have one niggle with the app... for some reason my one doesn't like ampersands ( "&" ) and if I have one in the title or the body text... it kind of goes slow. I know this because I remove them and it works. Strange... I know.

I you are a blogger and have an iPhone then I would heartily recommend LifeCast. Check it out!

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Lee Connor :: Promoted To Glory

We were gutted to hear that our dear friend Lee Connor was promoted to Glory this morning.

Lee had been through the mill with illness over the last ten years... but this news came as a real shock. Her health was improving and George was always optimistic for the future.

Lee's faith was a testament to her! She kept strong by burying herself in the arms of her Lord. She will have already received her comendation as a good and faithful servant.

She leaves behind George and her kids - Vicky and David.

You will be sadly missed, Lee!

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More Thanks!

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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Where Did All This Rain Come From???

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Thanks To My Project Lead Mike For The Happy Birthday Chai Latte

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Thanks To My Colleague Trish For The Happy Birthday Carrot Cake!!!

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At The Kennyhill Allotments

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Thanks To My Colleague Ian For The Happy Birthday Coffee And Muffin!

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Inspiration From Olwyn...

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My 35th Year

I am 34 today!

Middle-youth is near... if it isn't here already. I commence my 35th year of blessing with an acknowledgement that I am the sum of many parts..

The influence and direction of the Lord... the sacrifice and example of His Son... and the refining fire of the Spirit.

The love and care of my wife and kids... they are my world! There love is the very air I breathe.

The good times with wider family: my parents, my adopted sister and all the aunts, uncles and cousins (blood and adopted) who have shaped me.

The influence of my friends... the people who I share coffee and ideas with... or those miles away whose reach makes me feel loved over blogging, Twitter or skype. Contribution and participation. Meaningful and reciprocal engagement. Belonging together!

The inspiration of artists, prophets, vagabonds, poets, heretics, sceptics, bloggers, designers and lovers... the people who encourage me with their music, written word, and visual expression.

I am the sum total of many influences... along with some original thought I am me... Thomas aka Headphonaught.

Welcome to my 35th year on Terra Firma.

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Monday, August 18, 2008

Loving The Hup Lee

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA... LifeCast doesn't post pics taken in landscape... I am there... to the right... HAHAHAHAHAHAHA...

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At Hup Lee In Motherwell

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My 2001st Post

This is my 2001st post... Posted via my iPhone and the wifi on the National Express train - a relatively new way of posting content to a blog I have maintained since 2005.

A lot has changed... I have seen things come to fruition... and frustration! I have met a wonderful assortment of characters from throughout the world who have shared in many experiences... guided me... encouraged me... inspired me!

I have lost people along the way... through death or a parting in the road... and I will always miss them. Voices in the conversation have fallen silent or become intermittent... and I will miss them too.

My outlook and behaviours are changing... hopefully for the better... I hope this is something you can attest to?

So here's to the future..! I thank you all for your company on this journey... and look to what is in store for us all.

Can I ask that you leave a comment, please? Who you are and why you stop by this little pitstop on the information superhighway. What you like about the ol' nanolog and what I need to improve? Help me make this blog something special.



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Back To School... Yay!

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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Farewell To Kenny And Sarah

Tonight was Bellshill's opportunity to say farewell to our dear friends Kenny & Sarah with their 2 kids... Robert (who is a peer of Dayna's) and Oliver who is not yet 1.

In the time I have been at Bellshill... I have found Kenny and Sarah to be one the most genuine, loving and spiritual couples I have ever had the pleasure to call friends.

Both Olly and I will miss them dearly... miss their warmth, compassion and friendship. Fir Park will never be the same without Kenny... and a Corps Ceilidh will be lacking without Sarah to dance with.

There is a gap in Bellshill and a gap in our lives... we journeyed together with a number of things and that connection is gone. Not severed, mind you, we will keep in touch... but at a time that we need physical relationships (and I realise its selfish to say this) its sad to see them go.

I have faith in the God who has called Kenny & Sarah to the job He needs them to do... and know He will see them alright. I will not refer to it as "full time ministry" because we are ALL "full time"... but I will honour their sacrifce and acknowledge their faith... stepping out... not knowing where the Lord will take them... and having to spend 2 years in London too... that's the scariest bit.

I know my people in London... especially the Lairds... the Luffs... and the Reeves... in Croydon will support them the best they can... and I am grateful to the Lord for such good friends. Such good friends deserve such good friends!

We will miss you Kenny & Sarah... be strong for His grace is more than sufficient.

Oh and c'mon the Well!!!

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Hanging With Alistair Smith

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