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I am sure you will be delighted to see that I am being dragged kicking and screaming into the technological age. Some of us who were born in an earlier century don’t immediately feel at home using e-mails for Christmas cards, but there you go!
It is with great joy that I send you greetings for Christmas from Wendy and me. We look forward to three fifths of our family being with us for Christmas while two fifths are in Cape Town. It is a rare thing for us all to get together but a joy to know that we will be a family of believers celebrating Jesus though scattered globally.
With that in mind, I do want to bring our love and greetings to our wider global family and to those who have enjoyed looking at my blog this last year. May God give you a truly refreshing time and may we enjoy an outstanding 2010. I am currently reading a book about the Ulster revival in 1859 and it is stirring me very much indeed. May 2010 be a year of visitation from God across the nations.
I do hope you find time to watch the video.
With fondest love,