Daily Archives: September 24, 2013

Little Errors Big Trouble

I have been re-reading old posts and I came across a reminder of how important proof reading is.

Travels from Ur

I have discovered that writing posts on an iPad in a tent can be dangerous. My usual poor spelling and grammar is exacerbated by the small print and the predictive text. A few months ago while we were on the Camino in northern Spain this got me into trouble when I was writing about my wife, Hetty. The predictive text changed it to “hefty” without me noticing … and I didn’t check the spelling carefully. My “friends” who read the blog all made sure my wife became aware of my error, many adding, that they didn’t think it was a real error. One of daughters, however, who has since been upgraded in the will, suggested I was referring to my rucksack.

Apart from finding out who my true friends were it is also a good illustration of the power of sin. “For we all have sinned an fall short of…

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Thank you again!

It is term break and I have a bung knee so it has been a good opportunity to look more closely at all the emails and comments I have received relating to readers’ experience of church as a child. To sum up my reaction: it has been moving and challenging! In all it has given me further impetus to find time to carry on this project. The way we see our children in the life of the church is critical.

Thank you again!

If readers have views on the topic of “Children and Church” please don’t hesitate to contact me.

pstok@iinet.net.au

 

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