Racing for Gold
The Olympics seem a world away and yet it is only a few months since Mo Farah, Jennifer Ennis and Greg Rutherford won gold on what became known as 'Super Saturday'. Another Olympic contender that may have passed you by is Debbie Flood, an aptly named rower who competed in the British women's coxless quad. As a three time world championship gold medalist she has seen her share of success. After 15 years in the sport and a silver at both the Athens and Beijing games, to compete and gain gold at her home games would have been the perfect ...
GLOW INTO THE CITY On alternating Saturday nights a GLOW team goes into the city to engage clubbers in conversation and offer free bottles of water! The GLOW team is easy to spot. We wear the black hoodies with the GLOW logo! We love to have the opportunity to talk with you about life and how it relates to Jesus! Look out for us on the following Saturday nights/ Sunday mornings: December 14/15 28/29 'Lights On' We are NOT currently meeting for scheduled coffee meetings! However, please get in touch with us HERE if you would like to meet up for coffee to discuss conversations you may have ...
Last night, I went to see Invictus, the 2009 film directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon. The film centers around the life of Nelson Mandela after the fall of apartheid in South Africa. During his term as president, he envisioned that the 1995 Rugby World Cup to be held in SA, could be the platform to unite his nation if the South African team could win it all! The film is awe inspiring and reveals the power of words as well as a sport’s team! Now the title of the film comes from a ...
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