Our feet don't seem to have touched the ground since landing at Heathrow. Having been picked up by Stephen, he then dropped me off in Oxshott on his way home so that I could pick up the car we've been fantastically blessed with whilst we're in Blighty. We then had an afternoon to unpack before joining Paula's family in Weald for Indy's 12th birthday. Not sure how our youngest niece suddenly got to 12 years old, we must be getting old! We had a fun meal out with her to celebrate.

On Sunday we gave our first talk as we presented our Powerpoint presentation about what we've been doing over the last two years with Grace Community Church. We think it's a great presentation (we're biased) which shows really clearly what we've been doing and what our hopes are for the future. Please pray into this as we really hope that others in leadership might also catch the vision.

Lisa then cooked a fantastic Sunday roast with 11 of us sat around the dining table. Such a special occasion when so many of us are able to get together as it really doesn't happen too often.



We're back in Wimbledon and looking forward to Grandad and Lesley coming up this morning now coming tomorrow as Paula and I (et enfants) are off into Wimbledon to meet with Phil Moore the new leader of Queens Road Church and to do a brief bit of shopping. I desperately need a new pair of jeans!

We'll be in Wimbledon until Wednesday when we're back in Weald for a couple of nights before our next engagement at St. Andrew's, Oxshott where I will be preaching. After the service we'll be showing our Powerpoint presentation and photo slideshow so please feel free to join us if you're in the area.

Eli helping Lisa colour in her kiddies menu


Joel enjoyed his food!

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