Of late, I try to steer clear of watching the news on TV because I find that rarely is good news shared and I simply don’t like consuming vast amounts of negativity. That being said, it is hard to avoid all the insanity that is going on in the world right now. From WWIII to Meghan and Harry, you’d really need to be living under a rock to avoid, at the very least, hearing about what’s going on.
Over the Christmas period, many families were together enjoying the festive season and the opportunity to spend time together at a special time of the year. One particular family celebrated their Christmas with a twist – see the video below.
I’ve had this blog post topic on my mind for quite sometime now, but wasn’t too sure how to approach the post and logically arrange my thoughts. I’m still not completely sure, but I thought enough of holding back and it’s about time I addressed this topic once and for all.
As we come to the end of this year, and I reflect on the journey that #IssaMovement has made I cannot help but be proud of the community that we all are creating together.
I’d heard different stories about the church SPAC Nation from different people, and what I’d heard didn’t sound too positive. A friend that had been to the church before mentioned that it felt ‘odd’ there. However I personally didn’t pay much attention to it all, that is until I heard of a BBC Panorama documentary which came out on Monday 16th December called ‘SPAC Nation – Conned by my Church’. What I watched was beyond what I could have imagined.