Posts by: Andy Moyle

With Jesus in the boat…

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Kees just had a call from Gerda with a word she got after watching Sunday’s service. “There is storm, panic, and peace because Jesus is always in the boat.” Storm because of the current situation, panic because of people’s reactions, peace because Jesus is always with us. That’s so helpful. Be at peace because the […]

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7 marks of the kingdom

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This morning I have been praying about God’s Kingdom coming in greater and greater measure and power in and around us. I was stirred to pray, having come across and handout for some teaching I had done a while ago. May we see more and more of this in our workplaces, clubs, homes, life groups […]

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Something is stirring

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Pete Greig (author of the excellent book How to Pray) has just posted this and I think it is worth sharing to our church family… Something is stirring in the UK. There, I’ve said it. I’ve hesitated to write this post. It’s probably premature. We’re still bang-slap in the middle of a vast crisis and […]

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Why am I weeping randomly?

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Beene pondering overnight and posted the following on Facebook etc… Jan and I have spoken to a few people the last couple of days who have been bursting into tears or randomly weeping and wondering why. Mostly these are people who don’t normally struggle too much with mental health. Here’s some thoughts to navigate how […]

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Isolation before the breakthrough

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Breakthrough after isolation

I’ve just written an article for next Tuesday’s Lynn News in the lead up to Easter. This is a slightly extended version! As I write this we have been adjusting to a new normal. It’s a traumatic time – local people have died of Coronavirus and we grieve for them. Others are sick and we […]

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Andy’s 50th Birthday bring and share

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What a wonderful day yesterday. If you saw me walk in, you’ll have seen my complete surprise at just how many people had to come to church and to celebrate my 50th. It was a complete surprise, masterfully achieved! Thank you so much to everyone who was involved in organising and putting it on, turning […]

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Trees of hope

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Churches Together are organising a tree planting initiative to help combat climate change. I know there is so much that could be done, but this is a start. I did some quick maths My car emits 106g/km which works out at roughly 3000 miles per 500kg, the average amount of carbon a tree soaks up […]

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