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BlueBrie

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About BlueBrie

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  • Birthday 07/01/1995

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    James
  1. BlueBrie

    Motorsport

    I bought a tidy little 50cc scooter in January. It was a non-runner and in a poor state. So I spent some weekends buying parts and fixing her up, now she's insured and taxed and ready for the summer. Great fun to ride:)
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    Books on Christian Apologetics

    So many suggestions! I'll certainly take a further look at some of these, thanks:)
  3. Seeing as the summer exams are just a few weeks away, I feel the need to purchase some new reading material to enhance my procrastination capacity. Can anyone recommend some decent books on apologetics? I'm familiar with John Lennox's work and also William Lane Craig's and they've helped in many a conversation with my uni coursemates and flatmates about God, Jesus, The Bible etc. Thanks in advance!
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    Are you giving up anything for Lent 2014?

    Thanks Orange juice and milkshake are going to be my substitutes.
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    Are you giving up anything for Lent 2014?

    Giving up tea & coffee 0_o I'm going to be dealing with some serious withdrawal symptoms.
  6. BlueBrie

    Photo editing & photo enhancing software

    The one I use is Serif Photoplus Starter (free download). Very similar to photoshop but not quite so sophisticated.
  7. Big day of sport today. Wales vs Ireland followed by the South Wales derby. Buzzing! XD

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    Worrying :(

    I'm a 1st year genetics student and have pretty much the same problem with my parents not able to keep bugging me to revise:P Relying too much on God isn't a bad thing! 1 Peter 5 verse 7 says "Cast all your anxieties on him, because he cares for you". Relying on God is something I struggle with daily because I tend to make decisions very independently so I envy that quality you have. On a more practical note, planning how you spend your time in advance really helps if you can stick to it. It allows you to put in the hours of study but also set aside time with friends and time with God. Again, all this advice is completely hypocritical:P
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    what is Christianity to you?

    For me, Christianity is two things. Firstly it gives me a worldview which puts everything into perspective. It helps me cope with suffering and sheds light on the bits of life that don't seem to make sense otherwise. Second is the amazing relationship with our heavenly Father we can have and the bucketloads of grace he pours on us. However I don't think words do any of this justice:)
  10. BlueBrie

    Uni Freshers Advice!

    cheers guys this all sounds like good stuff:) mm free food sounds good
  11. BlueBrie

    Uni Freshers Advice!

    haha thanks guys, really insightful;)
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    Uni Freshers Advice!

    This is a chance for the older guys on the forum to put on their best wise face and give us freshers some practical tips for living a God-pleasing lifestyle at uni. What with all the alcohol, parties, independence, and more alcohol, it looks a bit of a spiritual challenge Oh, and what's the best thing about uni IYO
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