Monthly Archives: May 2005

Coca-Cola is socialist?

Just watched Goodbye Lenin on DVD. A highly amusing film, which also reminded me of when West and East Germany were separate countries. If seems so long ago that Germany had been divided by ideology, but this film refreshed my … Continue reading

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The scale of D minor – melodic and harmonic

Another violin lesson, another scale to learn – or two in this case. It’s been a while since I’ve actually had to think how a minor key differs from a major key, espcially in its melodic and harmonic variants. Long … Continue reading

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Go into all the world

As with most May Day bank holidays of late, I travelled up to Bulstrode, the headquarters of WEC International for their annual open day. The event is used to show what God has been doing through WEC over the past … Continue reading

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a.m.: Colossians 1:15-29 p.m.: Ephesians 6:1-4

The apostle Paul in his letter to the church in Collosae argues that Christ should be placed first in the lives of all Christians. His reasoning for this is threefold. Christ is the creator, there is nothing which exists which … Continue reading

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