Here is a map of Evangelical churches in Western Brittany. Now, you must realise that the country is about the size of Wales. Look at the pattern also: there is nothing in central Brittany.
What a support to our faith is this, that God the Father, the party offended by our sins, is so well pleased with the work of redemption! And what a comfort is this, that, seeing God’s love rests on Christ, as well pleased with us, we may gather that he is well pleased with us, if we be in Christ! For his love rests in a whole Christ, in Christ Mystical, as well as Christ natural, because he loves him and us with one love. Let us, therefore, embrace Christ, and in him God’s love, and build our faith safely on such a Saviour that is furnished with so high a commission.
See here, for our comfort, a sweet agreement of all three persons: the Father gives a commission to Christ; the Spirit furnishes and sanctifies to it, and Christ himself executes the office of a Mediator. Our redemption is founded upon the joint agreement of all three persons of the Trinity.
Richard Sibbes, The Bruised Reed , Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, 2008.
I work in an amazing shop called Costco where I do product demonstrations. Costco is the kind of shop where you can find all sorts of things. It is an american company so many products come directly from the States, and you will only find them there.
Amongst the products I noticed some time ago are two products that are actually made in Guingamp, the town where we plan to move. They are Madeleines, some sort of small cup cakes, and chocolate filled crepes. I find that very exciting, and never miss an opportunity to tell people about it.
Those who know me a bit will know that I have been a fan of Linux for a number of year. Linux is an open-source Operating System, which means that it is available for free, but also that you can do pretty much what you want with it (even giving it away to friends) without breaking the law.
I have used a number of distributions over the years, starting with Opensuse. Through the years I have tried Fedora, Kubuntu, Ubuntu, and more recently Linux Mint. One of the problem with Linux distributions is that many tend to become addicted to upgrading their system in order to get the new exciting stuff. I must say I fall in that category, although I am now becoming more settled. So, after using Linux Mint for a while, about a year, I decided to upgrade to Ubuntu Linux Lucid Lynx, after reading many praises.
It went smoothly, and I am gradually getting back on track. I have most things reinstalled now, and almost everything seems to work smoothly. That’s appart from the wireless which got me frustrated. I checked the forums, and I am not the only one, so I feel better.
Even the sound is working at last, after a year when it was only working on and off.