Reproclaiming the Everlasting Gospel
Folks often remark that my lifestyle must be idyllic, cruising the waterways of Britain in an old narrowboat, with my dog, Sophie. They often mention the freedom to go where I choose and do what I want to do.
Yes, it is a great life, usually. I say that, slightly tongue in cheek, having recently been frozen up in 6 ins of ice, and having experienced deep snow and floods during the coldest December on record.
Yes, I can usually go where I want to go and do what…Continue
Added by Tony Haynes on 1stMo. 18, 2011 at 11:30 — No Comments
I'm here because there is nowhere else I can go.
I was an AM clerk for four years. I was seriously concerned that certain members of the society, who declared themselves atheist, were sabotaging the work of an elder and clerk in one of our local meetings. I opposed them.
For personal reasons I had to give up clerking and move away from that AM. Since, I have learnt, that the main agitator in that situation has been made an elder.
Is the society…Continue