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"At last, something I can talk about!" - Fun Palaces at Lambeth Libraries

After a stint carrying out research for publishers and media productions – projects which I’ll look forward to talking about when I’m allowed to! – I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be working as a creative producer with the London Borough of Lambeth, helping their library staff to devise and deliver ten Fun Palaces with local communities on Saturday 3rd October 2015. 157 more words


President-Elect's Column

Reaching Out as a Division

“ is a poster child for the notions of positive psychology and resiliency in teaching and coaching small groups.” This quote is from Martin Seligman, about someone, not a psychologist, whose job is to improve performance by small groups. 760 more words


God is Faithful

God is faithful to His covenant promises because He Himself is faithful. Faithfulness is the essence of His character. He is steadfast, reliable and trustworthy, He says what He means; He means what He says without end. 67 more words

Keeping Jesus Waiting

“The evangelical church is contributing to the political and social polarization in the nation instead of acting as peacemaker. The church’s responsibility is to be for the political sphere (and the culture) what it cannot be for itself. 416 more words


Dispatches from the field turns one!

Great stories frequently come out of fieldwork, but all too often, field biologists have nowhere to tell them. So one year ago, the three of us started this blog, Dispatches from the Field, to provide a place to share those stories. 377 more words


2 Days to Launch - Huge Outreach Opportunity

This is it! The weekend is finally here. We begin our weekly Sunday morning worship services this Sunday, July 5th. We couldn’t be more excited, anxious, thrilled, jittery, curious, and in wonder of what God is going to do this weekend. 391 more words


Day 28

You may have noticed that the sensory project front has been a little quiet of late…however, not anymore! Thanks to the lovely people at Living Paintings… 302 more words