Journey Into Hope

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Mark Slater

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Rugby, Warwickshire
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Live in Rugby, Warwickshire married to Maureen.  Work for the systems team at Tesco DC in Daventry.  Semi-professional photographer and involved with Natural History Society.  We hae been members of m2o church Rugby for the past 14 years for which Maureen is involved with the ministry team.

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Reply julies.poetry
2:04 AM on January 18, 2015 
hello mark
im soo sorry about maureen will be lifting you up in prayer that you will find comfort and peace through the precious holy spirit
Reply Mark Slater
7:05 AM on October 3, 2013 
We have just visited Manston for the second time this year and over the past week we've been privileged to meet saints and angels. It got me thinking about light and how the false light of the deceiver and the true light of Christ can be discerned it is so easy to fall into the trap. My primary job is playing with computers for Tesco that's what puts the bread on the table, in my other time I am a keen photographer taking photos for publication, exhibition and competitions, also writing articles on Natural History. When photographing recognising the quality of light becomes second nature and this is the result of many years experience of taking and developing photos. It should be the same with spiritual light but we learnt a hard lesson practically many years ago when we fell into the trap and were deceived by a witch who actually infiltrated the church where we were.
Let us encourage you to keep your eyes on the true light. Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable ,if anything is excellent or praiseworthy , think about such things.As for the saints they were the folks at Living Waters especially encouraging was Andrew Millership and his stories and testimony most of which kept us laughing in the prayer meeting. The angels were launching a boat on the slipway at Sandwich Quay when my flashgun which was only three weeks old slipped down into the mud by the river with the tide coming in. They found a piece of wood and climbed down balancing on the plank rescued the flashgun. After cleaning up and drying out it works perfectly, not an expensive write off Praise the Lord.
Keep up the prayers and be encouraged that we are regularly praying for all at Living Waters.
Reply julies.poetry
1:08 AM on August 16, 2013 
hello my friend sooo looking forward to seeing you in september please let me know what day it will be
much love and blessing from living waters
how is the search for a new minister

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