Family Reflection

Family Reflection

Family Reflection.  April 30th. Brian and Joan both loved sport and excelled in running. Even though she was younger than him she had become more successful, possibly because they trained together and sometimes ran in a mixed team. Passing the baton had a special...

THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY 17 – 24 JANUARY 2015

17th January. Jock said, ”Have you ever wondered why so many “tax collectors and sinners” were so keen to follow Jesus? Was it because of a guilty conscience or because they were treated as outcasts? Matthew just left his job and up and followed. Zacheus later in the...

May Reflections – The Parenting Game

INTRODUCTION Becoming parents is a joy but also no joke. The years of being a young parent are probably the years when most games are played in the home, from the peek-a-boo games with a baby, to cricket and soccer games on the lawn, board games on cold nights and TV...

June Reflections – The Beautiful Game

INTRODUCTION The time we have been waiting for has arrived. The World Cup Soccer matches will be played over the next few weeks. Young people no doubt will be very involved, volunteering, helping, watching and enjoying the excitement and the atmosphere. It is also a...

July Reflections – The Veteran’s Cup

Introduction Sport is not only for the young and fit. Even older people can and need to keep as fit as possible and play what sport they can. They need to play their part in the game of life and so avoid becoming frustrated and irritable. They can look back on the...

August Reflections: How Men and Women Play

Introduction In many ways men and women are competing as equals but in sport there are still different standards. This is because of our physical makeup, but there are also other differences in how men and women play games. These need not be seen as obstacles to be...