Resources

On this page you can view and download some of the free resources we've provided. Choose from the six kinds of resource below:

Small FieldSmall Field

Created in 2021

The solicitor told me that I was being unreasonable. He sounded at the end of his tether whilst I felt like I was at the beginning of an adventure without knowing what the adventure was. He had spoken to me after I had taken a call from his office which went something like this: © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2021

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The SceptreThe Sceptre

Created in 2015

A novella (short novel) for teens and adults.

Matt is in year 10 at school. With his mother on heroin and a father he has never known, he largely has to sort out his own life. He is used to being rejected and his social worker says he is close to being permanently excluded from school.

Then Matt discovers a dirty black bit of metal and, as he cleans it up, he finds that things begin to change. A new voice in his life brings supernatural power; he is rescued by angels, his enemy at school is raised from the dead; his life and the lives of those around him change as they discover who is behind the voice.

© Copyright Peter Wrigley 2015

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Set Your Sights Higher

Created in 2023

Setting our sights higher in terms of how we perceive God and relate to him; how we perceive ourselves, to get to the place where we see ourselves as God sees us; setting our hopes and expectations higher, being led by the Holy Spirit.

© Copyright Peter Wrigley 2021 and 2023

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My Bike

Created in 2020

During the pandemic of Covid-19 I acquired a bike. I have only ever had two bikes in my previous 72 years. The first was a second-hand Hercules County with 3-speed Sturmey Archer gears which cost my Mum and Dad 10s 6d. The second was an old bike without markings on the frame which my wife bought me about 30 years later for a tenner. © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2020

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Heaven's throne cardHeaven's throne card

Created in 2020

Empty cross and grave, full throne. © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2020

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Creation Do you not know

Created in 2019

The Angel Gabriel so powerfully explains how the virgin birth could be possible. Not surprisingly, Mary asked Gabriel, "How could ... © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2019

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It's not how you start: it's how you finish

Created in 2019

In 1973 I was one of a team of publishing designers working in London on a large book of country walks. The book included a section on long distance footpaths, or trails as they are now called. The Pennine Way had been fully opened in 1965 but I only found out about it through working on the book. My imagination was captured and I planned to take three weeks holiday that September to walk the 270 miles from Edale in Derbyshire to Kirk Yeholm just in Scotland. I was 25 but not particularly fit... © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2019

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Hope greetings cardHope greetings card

Created in 2018

Sunrise photo offering hope. © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2018

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Facing the Music

Created in 2018

Poem: At the top of the High street in the middle of December rush... © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2018

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The Essay

Created in 2017

I’m not good with words and I hate writing. If you don’t believe me, ask Mr Jones, my English teacher. He sets us essays. When I hand mine in (when I do them) he says, “Tom, Tom, Tom, when are you going to develop your ideas? Look at this. Eight lines. It’s even less than last time.” © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2017

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Bus Lady

Created in 2017

Alice Drinkwater was 78 when she started her first internet business. She ran it from her tied cottage where there was no broadband connection and no mobile signal, no mains electricity, no gas or mains water. Alice was stubborn, determined, astute and creative, and her energetic nature belied her age. © Copyright Peter Wrigley 2017

 

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Faith Keeps Walking

Created in 2016

During a period when I had absolutely no idea what I should be aiming for or what the future held I was pondering this emptiness whilst... "No, but God does." ... (C) Copyright Peter Wrigley 2016

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