"Christian" Blogs & Blog Posts

childrensministerblog.comchildrensministerblog.com

Ideas, free resources, reflections and activities for the busy children...

 
Plain StuffPlain Stuff

-- a little of this, some of that, and a whole lot of other stuff --- p...

 
James HenleyJames Henley

Thoughts on missional faith for a new generation. The blog of James Henley ...

 
The Voice of Optimum HealthThe Voice of Optimum Health

The blog of Dr. David Jernigan, providing valuable articles on living in op...

 
Feathering My NestFeathering My Nest

I'm a wife and mother four children. I love to cook, garden, shop, dec...

 
Clothed With SackclothClothed With Sackcloth

Chris is a design-graduate from london and heads up the student and 20'...

 
Ft. Hard KnoxFt. Hard Knox

Helping conservatives become more effective online.

 


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After my late father retired from engineering, he bought a travel agency and travelled the world. My late mother was still a practising journ­al­ist back then and she travelled with him. I have used the notes they left, des­crib­ing their favouri...

William Duke of Normandy defeated Anglo-Saxon King Harold II at the battle of Hastings in Oct 1066, a triumph famously recorded in the Bayeux Tapestry. Duke William became the first Norman king of England and transformed the face of Anglo-Saxon Engla...

I love travelling on trains and ships, but not so much on planes. St Pancras is a C19th station that provides regional, inter-city, continental services to London. It is London’s second busiest railway station, the terminus for Eurostar trains...

In Sept 1942, a lone plane dropped three bombs on Petworth in Sussex, one of them falling on a boys’ school. The bomber killed 29 school boys, a headmaster and schoolmistress in this daylight raid. The town was de­vastated so immediate p...

50,000 Jews lived in Kishinev (now Ukraine) in 1900, 46% of the total population. Kishinev was the 5th largest Jewish city in the Russian Empire city after Warsaw, Odessa, Lodz and Vilna. Thanks to the book, Pogrom: Kishinev and the Tilt of History (...

Bruges (pop 120,000) was founded in the north of Belgium in the C9th by Vikings who settled locally. A town developed around the fort­ress that the Counts of Flanders built in the area and the young settle­ment worked hard to acquire city rights. I...