Writing about community and relationships in a COVID world.

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Running a Narnia Trail

“Sometimes Fairy Stories May Say Best What’s to be Said” by C.S. Lewis During lockdown I decided I wanted to do something with our community and for our community. Over the space of 18 months we ran many events that brought families together. I organised this all through a simple Facebook page called Bitterne Park FamilyContinue reading “Running a Narnia Trail”

Love in Corona

This a short story that raises curiosity about Jesus. It is on an attractive square, pulp postcard and could be given with a gospel and some home baked treats! This is a gift to be given with love to a friend. Buy it here. Details 105mm x 105mm• Eco-friendly messaging on 380mic paper• Uncoated texturedContinue reading “Love in Corona”

Let your light shine before others

I’ve been writing simple stories to raise curiosity about the person of Jesus Christ. I’m excited to share my latest story Lucy and the bird, this is perfect to give away at Christmas time. Read the whole story here Houses of Light shop.


4 thoughts on “Writing about community and relationships in a COVID world.

  1. May I ask is it ok to use Spotify karaoke over Zoom to conduct our church’s carolling. All songs will be more than 70 years old, so there should be no copyright issues, correct? Your kind advice will be much appreciated.

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  2. Any pointers for a 2021 Christmas trail?
    We did one in our town for Christmas and Easter. We used the faith in kids Easter amble. Do you know of a similar model that we could use this Christmas please?
    Thank you, Gill


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