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The steepness of a hill

University studies have shown what we know already; that facing a challenge with a friend makes it easier! so lets stay in touch with each as we all face this challenge, and do it together! The Steepness Of A Hill
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Message from Chic Lidstone (Interim CEO) re WPCS current position

During this crisis our response as chaplains is to be with all our workers and workplaces, to continue to support and care. We are deeply upset and frustrated  that we are having to reduce our service due to lockdown and also that our major fund...
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Cast All Your Votes for Dancing

From the book "I Heard God Laughing" by Hafiz - Chic Lidstone gives his rendition Cast All Your Votes for Dancing
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Taking Time to Pause

At this time, it is important for us all to take time to Pause and Breathe.  Here are some words from Chic Lidstone (Interim CEO).
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Choose Faith Not Fear

Chic shares some thoughts based on a video from Nicky Gumbel entitled Choose Faith Not Fear
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Suggestions for well being - feelings of Claustrophobia

  Andy Gregg workplace chaplain in Edinburgh shares some suggestions on how to sustain mental well being when we may be feeling stuck or claustrophobic while working from home.
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Message from Chic Lidstone

In these difficult, and unprecedented times, we are hoping to publish occasional blogs.  These are intended to offer support and guidance as we navigate our way through the days and weeks ahead.  Please do not hesitate to contact any of our...
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Taking The Test

One night four college students stayed out late partying and having a good time. They forgot they had an exam the next day and celebrated late in to the night, not even thinking of looking at any books or preparing. In the morning, when reality daw...
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DRIFTING

A friend who fishes off the North Carolina coast told me this story some years ago. After a day fishing Jack Frost (honestly that is his name!) was on his way back to harbour and had set the autopilot while he was busy on deck tidying up ready for re...
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SFRS and WPCS Chaplain Visit Chamelon Community Centre

Last month, WPCS Chaplain, Susan Marshall, (second right in photo) and other groups from the local Camelon community, including from Falkirk Vineyard Church, attended a successful CPR training event at Camelon Community Centre, led by Red Watch ...
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