Sunday, November 19, 2006

What a night!

I'm sitting relaxing before heading out to Magheralin to preach (sermon online later or tomorrow, as usual). The prospects for tonight's drive to Dublin aren't looking too great - howling winds and heavy rain. Dear knows how long it will take tonight, as I don't want to be speeding in the rain.

And such a contrast to earlier. I was over in Dollingstown this morning, at the JAM service. Before you think it's all about spreads and preserves, it stands for 'Jesus and Me' - the all-age/family service focused on kids. James was speaking on Gideon, in connection with Matthew 19:26 - 'Jesus said "With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible."'

Afterwards, I went for a walk in Lurgan Park, around the lake. Boys oh, it was cold, but really nice... as the photo will hopefully show:

Peeking over the trees are the spire of Shankill Parish Church, and the roof of Lurgan Castle, also known as Brownlow House, which is the biggest Orange Hall in the world, and Headquarters of the Royal Black Institution.

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