Monday, April 4, 2011

Heathrow Reflections

I'm sat in Heathrow Terminal 5 waiting for my good friends John Burke and Craig Whitney to come in on their flight from Oslo, people watching, and reflecting on what a privilege it is to be part of our community.

Yesterday was a quite remarkable day. From the hilarity of the Mothers Day Bohemian Rhapsody, to the moving reflections on the life of Naomi and Ruth by Jacqui Webber-Gant and Emily Klitgaard, to Andrew White bringing us such truth on the joy that lies ahead of us. And in the midst of it all lives being changed and eternity's being altered.

Then a quick turnaround today as we get ready for over 300 people coming to hear John Burke and James Emery White over the next two days (just turn up if you're not already booked in), then more change for Life on Friday night and gathering again on Sunday. I love it!

And I love every one of you who chooses to make Kerith your spiritual home. You are a remarkable bunch of people, changed by a remarkable God, doing remarkable things for Him.

Hope you have a great week!

Simon (the reflective)

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