Ignite RRRRhythm!

If you’ve been along on a Sunday recently, you’ll know we’re trying a new format. It’s a monthly rhythm with 1 theme and 4 different looks.  Our main aim is []
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A Letter from New York

Dear Ignite Family,   I am writing to you from our 8th floor apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, 10 minutes from Central Park and complete with walk-in wardrobes. []
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It Wasn’t an Accident

It’s funny how each year something about the Easter story highlights itself to me. It’s great because each year I add to my knowledge of and gratefulness for the events []
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A Life of Excess

Salt.   Fat.   Sugar.   Which one would win the title of Public Health Enemy number one? When I was growing up, it was definitely salt. Every time my brother and I []
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A Quiz

Quiz.  Sure, we’ll start with a quiz. Below are a list of autobiographies written by all sorts of famous people throughout history. I’ll give you the book title, and you []
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A Blog in Two Parts

Part OneOn the road, on our road,the bus stop, his bus stop — lights flashing —Garda cars, ambulance, stopped traffic.Someone crying out, lying on the road,choking fear. ‘It isn’t your []
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Running

[Before you read: Do you ever have the moment where your privilege smacks you in the face like a frying pan on Reeves and Mortimer? Yeah, like that.   I wrote []
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Covenant Prayer

At our prayer meeting yesterday morning, we dedicated Urban Junction to God using the Covenant prayer Michael lead us through for us as individuals on Sunday. For us, it was []
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A Season of Magic

Several Decembers ago, a good friend of mine said, “There’s so little magic in this @!#%?&! world, I’ll do whatever I have to, in order to keep it alive for []
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