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Welcome to the website of the Interchurch Families International Network.

(Feature article can be found below.)
 

This site provides rich resources for the journey to Chrtistian unity which interchurch families live. Of these, the Journal, produced over a period of more than 10 years, and reflecting the experiences of interchurch families and the theology which undergirds their journey, must be counted among the most valuable.

The Interchurch Families International Discussion Group enables us to share joys and sorrows, to discuss ways of dealing with immediate issues which arise as a consequence of living our marital unity within churches which are divided.  Feel free to join.

Enjoy and, if you have comments or questions, please contact me, Ray Temmerman, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

   

The Interdependent

 

Well Helloooo,

And let me take this sparkling opportunity to wish everyone an entirely blissful and fulfilling new year. I hope you feel rested and ready to go after the Christmas break, and are eagerly anticipating the new year full of fresh challenges and experiences. Or you might still have a headache from the partying of 97 in which case you should probably go back to bed!

Either way have I got an Interdependent for you! In the bundle of Jokes, pictures and prayers there is. eyebrow raising - pay attention - this is quite interesting, type of news concerning our first young people weekend, intended for pure partying and us getting to know us. We've been talking about it since Birmingham and now it's finally happening. Read on for more info...

So, make yourself a nice cup of cocoa, light a fire (or sit by the radiator) and enjoy your shiny new Interdependent.

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Ha ha ha ha ha (?)

Q. What did the slug say to the snail?

A. Big Issue?

Contribution from a 3 year old .

Joanna (just 3):

  • I've got two bishops on these plates, one for me and one for Kathryn.

Mum:

  • Oh, what's a bishop?

Joanna:

  • I don't know. I think it's a kind of pasta.

Holy Bit

This issue our 'holy bit' is a prayer written by Noah Broad, it was read at the last Mid-Thames meeting. They meet again on March 28th at Donai Abbey, with West London and Southern Children too. (Get your Mums and Dads to bring you!)

Dear Lord,

Thank you for the nature you gave us. You are in us and everywhere. Please bless all the families in the world. In the name of Jesus.

Amen.

New thing! .... New thing!... New thing!… New thing!

It is with great international relations joy that I am able to announce that the Interdependent now has an American correspondent. Mary-Catherine Glauber is thirteen and an Interchurch child. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky, and she hopes to set up a bulletin for American interchurch families that will have contributions from the young people of the US. She will give the Interdependent a more international flavour (or flavor). More from her next issue.