Everything in life can teach us something or cause us to question. And when our tape measures got pulled beyond the STOP sign at the end, it broke.
While out mountain biking, Andy B and Jo Jo spotted their oldest son, running in the distance. They decided to push on a bit faster and get past him – for the first time, having always been just a bit slower than him!
Just as they were starting to get close, Andy B’s bike had a puncture. So they stopped!
Andy B’s alarm clock stopped working. So he bought a new one.
But before binning the old one, it struck him that there are often things in our lives which don’t work very well.
Rambling would be my Olympic Sport. So I set myself the challenge of creating videos, 2 minutes or less (ok, anything less than 3 minutes!) when inspired by ordinary, and what it can teach us all about the importance and relevance of our faith in Jesus Christ.
When we’re recording Jo’s Art Videos we mostly do this from directly above, so what she is doing can be most easily seen and followed along with.
Andy loves problem solving, so used some leftover cardboard to make a special, unique, bespoke cradle to hold a mobile phone on a mic. stand………..which got him thinking about how God never gives up on us and how we need to keep trying sometimes, even though our first or second attempts really don’t go so well.
We got married nearly 25 years ago and, like most newly weds, we had no furniture to fill the house we lived in.
We were given a settee, which was well beyond its best, but still functioned.
We recently started using a replacement microwave after our old faithful one, of more than a decade, showed its age quite a bit.
Anyway, we get through quite a bit of rice, and have used a microwave rice maker for the past two decades.
Making plans for 2021, and more of our broadcasts and free Video Resources for plenty more Episodes for Season 3.
We’ll be carrying on with our weekly Daily Family Prayers Live at 1pm, Andy B 2 Minute Videos (as inspiration strikes) and more.
During our morning Church Service today there was lots of talk of God lighting up the path ahead of us; of how He illuminates the next part of the road that we need to drive along and how, as we move into that next stretch, God then lights up the next part and so on.
This reminded me about a time, recently, when we had to get the wheels on our car realigned. They simply were not all pointing in the same direction
Are we connected just enough to fool a diagnostic test? Or are we so connected we’re streaming in better than HD quality?
Remembering of a time sheep got in the way of a Radio Broadband connection, Andy B thinks about how connected we are to God.