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malcolm chamberlain

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Sunday, August 20, 2006

Back from a week's holiday for a few days of 'catching up' and 'getting ready' before Greenbelt. A quick post here to direct anyone who has not yet found it to a great blog from a good friend of mine! Pilgrim's Progress is an inspiring collection of digital artwork and written reflections that will definitely get you thinking and, more often than not, thanking the Creator for sharing such wonderful gifts of creativity. Richard has been blogging for much longer than I have (and gave me valuable advice when I started blogging), so it's a bit presumptuous to be thinking that I'm plugging him (!) but his last two posts outlining his dreams for the church and leadership are well reading and have prompted me to say so! Go read, enjoy and add him to your blog reader if he's not already there!!

p.s. the title for this post is Richard's own blog strapline, so I lay no claim to it!!

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posted by Malcolm Chamberlain, 3:12 PM


Hey Malcolm - thanks for your generous words ... good to see you going great guns on your own blog. Look forward to seeing Greenbelt photos and reflections after next weekend!

commented by Anonymous Richard L, 1:10 AM  

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