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30 June 2007

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Biz

How did you manage to put a photo up before the conference had even begun? Is it a prophetic picture???

GadgetVicar

The joys of having a wifi connection in the church! Liveblogging............

lynzy

sad to have missed this but jim was preaching at maxwell mearns on the sunday nite and one of our friends was completely healed of deafness!! she has been deaf in 1 ear since birth and the other was being affected too, and as jim and others prayed with her she could suddenly hear with both ears and God has completely healed her!!! awesome!!! what a God we serve!! x

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GadgetVicar serves with:

  • Scottish Anglican Network
    A network in Scotland of Anglican churches and individuals who follow Jesus and are enthusiastic for Him to be known in our communities.
  • St Thomas' Church, Edinburgh
    A welcoming community of people in the West of Edinburgh who follow Jesus and who long for others to join them on that journey.
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    A Christian charity passionate about ending poverty. I serve on the Scottish Advisory Group.