Friday, June 17, 2005

Another busy week

Friday seems to be the day for blogging This week has been another busy week.

Monday was spent up with SU then over to set up the labarinth in the cathedral
Tuesday was spent looking after the labarith with Julie and then back to the office to finalise the service things
Wednesday was up in CMS bought the footballs and things then over to CMS re setup the labarith
Thursday went up to uni agin to collect project and then back to collect dad and down to set up hall then over to Bible Study at adrienne
Tonight was spent in carryduff for adriennes team with the bishop presiding.

Thoughts this week have been very clear through various things - the importance of taking time out to focus on God - I went in to the labarinth wondering about it - not sure what to expect but it was really quite good time out which was great! Especially its location - in the midst of the catedral.

Tonight at the service bishop had his sermon about Jonah
- I won't Go
- I will Go
- I am Here
- I wish I had never come at all

At the moment I am at the second stage in the story - "i will Go" The next couple of days are going to be soooo busy The madness of the parish fete where I'll be flippin pancakes as well as probably scafolding and all the other stuff that goes with the fete!

Then on sunday we have our teams commissioning service - I am soooo looking forward to this - The whole team being together - the last time before we are all at the airport.

Life is just totally hectic but brilliant. I suppose my focus for the next coming week is taking time out - just to prepare myself mentally and spirtuially for the next month.

Monday, June 13, 2005


Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding;
6 in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight
Proverbs 3: 5-6

Praise God, for the results at uni - the troubles that we had over the last semester with coursework, with revision. God has a plan and that plan is being worked out because it certainly isn't in my ownn strength that I got through those exams.

Brilliant news :-)