A Valentine’s Day Something…

I don’t normally like posting multiple youtube type videos, but Tim Hawkins is funnier then me ranting about the Hallmark Holiday known as Valentine’s Day…

The Church Sofa Lads had nothing to do with putting this together by the way… in other words please dont blame us for the cheesy titles…

Hundreds set to propose to David Cameron this Valentine’s Day!

Treat Someone SpecialValentine’s Day is less than one week away! So if you’re lucky enough to be in a relationship, you may wanna do something about it. In fact even if you’re not in a relationship, and you just like buying decent cards for weddings and things, you may also want to check out the following from Share Creative:

In the run up to 14th February, hundreds of people in the UK will send Prime Minister a Valentine’s Card to raise awareness of the 27 million people all over the world (including the UK) who won’t be shown that they are a Special Someone. These are the people that are trafficked into situations including prostitution, begging, forced labour, military service and domestic service.

This year, you can help stand against human trafficking through a number of the ‘Special Someone’ initiatives.

There is an opportunity to buy Valentine’s cards for your loved ones at www.treatsomeonespecial.com. For each card sold, another will be sent to David Cameron asking him to hold to his commitment to prioritise tackling the trade in people and opt in to the revised EU Directive on Human Trafficking. Proceeds from the cards will support the work of anti-trafficking agencies.

Last May, when the Coalition Government formed, they promised to make tackling human trafficking a priority. However, the UK is currently one of only two EU member states that are yet to opt in to the directive – an agreement which offers better protection to child trafficking victims, greater powers to prosecute traffickers and protection for victims in criminal proceedings.

There are a host of other creative initiatives on the Special Someone website. Sarah Burnett of Share Creative says, “With human trafficking now the fastest growing illegal industry, we need to realise that it’s a very real, very lucrative and very close problem. As we treat those we love this Valentine’s Day we’re also taking action to fight the treatment of people as commodities.”

Share Creative

Care

Stop the Traffik

101 Things To Do When Your Computer Breaks

While on a train down from Manchester, we started writing a list…

  1. Watch TV
  2. Watch that DVD you’ve been meaning to watch
  3. Use wii fit
  4. Talk with a person you live with.
  5. Listen to a person you live with.
  6. If you don’t live with anyone – phone someone you know.
  7. Know noone? Take a wonder to your community centre and see if there are any events that take your fancy.
  8. Use your bike.
  9. Take a walk.
  10. Wash up.
  11. Water the plants.
  12. Got kids? Play with them.
  13. Married and dont have kids? Do something about that.
  14. Continue reading “101 Things To Do When Your Computer Breaks”

WWJD?

What would Jeeves Decide?

Everytime I wonder what to do in my life,

I look down at my bracelet and wonder

What Would Jeeves Decide?

What would Jeeves Decide?

Do we know who we really are?

I came across this comment by Gerald Hinson on VickyBeeching.com, thought worth while sharing (hope he doesn’t mind)

“A friend of mine who is now a follower of Jesus once lead a very different life. At his lowest he dabbled in Satanism and the occult. During that time he was mentored by another person much farther along in the occult world than he. One day the mentor shared with my friend that he was able to “see” a very powerful force emanating from within followers of Jesus. “However” he said, “the curious thing is that most of them have no idea they possess this power. Not really…. at least not enough that they are a danger to us. If they knew who they really were and the power that lives inside them, they would be a formidable force to reckon with.”

I was first told this story 23 years ago and have never forgotten it.”