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Sarah's Story - Living in Recovery
"Now, I was turning to God – asking Him to give me the strength to turn my back on the drink. But the alcohol had complete control over me – I was powerless. " ... Sarah Page bravely tells how she stayed in recovery from her alcohol addiction...
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Sarah's Story 5th and Final Part 5 - Precious Gift!
I am deeply sorry for the hurt and anguish I have caused my loved ones. However I do not regret the past – nor wish to turn my back on it, because I now understand that my journey has all been part of God's plan for me...
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Sarah's Story Part 2 - Where did it all go horribly wrong?
At what point did my social drinking become alcoholic drinking? When did it go so horribly wrong?"... Sarah Page bravely tells how she overcame her alcohol addiction... Sarah works for Ipswich based charity, TK
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Consumer Christianity
Andrew Kleissner explores the question: "I wonder why you attend the church you do? There are all sorts of possible reasons."
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Christian music in Suffolk: Cherise Phillips, Singer-Songwriter
Keith Sadler a singer-songwriter from Suffolk writes: "In this months blog I’ll be continuing my look at some of the fantastic music being made by Christian artists in our area."...
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In God’s name, disagree nicely!
Christians often hold strong views on all sorts of issues to do with God, the Church, morality and even politics. And that can be a good thing: we always need tenacious people of conviction and principle to critique and change our society.
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The borrowed light of God
Regular columnist James Knight considers the 100th anniversary of the publication of Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity
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We wish we didn't exist!
This week's blog is a call to action from Cinnamon Network's resident writer, Jennie Pollock featuring some of the many activities Christians in Ipswich are involved with
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Time to ditch the cross?
Andrew Kleissner Minister of Christ Church (Tacket Street, Ipswich) reflects before Easter , on the potential problem of popularity that the cross presents today; 'a hugely counter-cultural symbol'.
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