Eternity Blog


  • 17th September 2017

    Posted by Eternity Church Downham Market.

    It was a very special time at King's Cross Station this week. The senior managers of Great Northern Railway Company were making themselves available from 9.00am to 11.00am beside the barriers to platforms 9, 10, and 11 so that their customers could make their views known to them! Not since Harry Potter had rolled up to catch the Hogwarts Express...

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  • 4th June 2017

    Posted by Eternity Church Downham Market.

    As many of you know, this is the time of year where things get very busy for me at work. Most days throw up challenges - some new, some old; some big, lots of small ones. Sometimes, imagery such as “death by a thousand cuts” or “water torture” feels like an apt description of what is going on. At times like this, for each of us, it can s...

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  • 28th May 2017

    Posted by Eternity Church Downham Market.

    I have received today a letter that begins:

    "Dear Respected Brother/Sister in Islam Congratulations on the arrival of the blessed month of Ramadan, the season of compassion and care. A golden opportunity for all of us to attain forgiveness and mercy from Allah (SWT) by opening our hearts for needy and sick..."

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  • 7th May 2017

    Posted by Eternity Church Downham Market.

    Some of us have just returned from a great few days in Bradford at the AOG annual conference. It is good to take some time out to be immersed in worship and the Word of God. There were several inspirational speakers.

    Mark Batterson from Washington DC spoke about the power of a single prayer. He said stay humble and stay hungry. If you w...

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  • 23rd April 2017

    Posted by Eternity Church Downham Market.

    We have just come back from spending Easter at a remote cove in Italy that could only be accessed by boat. The wild boar used to come down to the beach at night to pick up any scraps left by the tourists! it was very peaceful and we had it to ourselves once the last boat had departed.

    I made a point of going along to the Easter services ...

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