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10 generous things to do this half-term with the kids

By Debbie Wright | 24 October 2013

Kids at half term

The clocks may be changing, leaves falling, temperatures dropping and cold days a-heading, but autumn half term is a great way to celebrate God’s wonderful world and to share his gifts. Here are 10 generous things to do this half-term with the kids.

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the generosity of Prince George

By Daniel Jones | 23 October 2013

The generosity of Prince George

Family occasions do seem to bring out the worst in us when it comes to gift buying.

And today, as Prince George is christened, we’re sure to bear witness to some of the most extraordinary and peculiar gifts of all (what does a young prince do with a wild flower meadow in the Transylvanian hills?).

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the extraordinary and the ordinary

By Daniel Jones | 23 October 2013

The extraordinary and the ordinary

Today a 3 month old child begins a quite extraordinary and public journey towards the throne.

Prince George of Cambridge in many ways is a most extraordinary baby – his path and place in history decided at birth. And yet, like all children, his future is still to be written. As the Archbishop of Canterbury reminded us in a video this week "All babies are unbelievably special, not only royal babies".

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