How Students From Around the World Can Better Connect to God at Home

For those who are looking to connect with God, there is not better activity than praying for redemption. But for children and adults visiting University or College, it can be very difficult to maintain that faith in a world of temptation and bad peers. That’s why we’ve documented the best places for students to get faith information around the USA and United Kingdom.

Student Accommodation Locations to Get More Information

United States

Here are our recommended centres to visit in the United States of America, which can help those students of faith maintain their beliefs in safety.

Texas

For Texas students in accommodation, we recommend most college students visit the Uni of Texas Religious group page for a regular Christian ceremony.

Washington

If you’re a student in Washington, then you can visit the website for a Church that will help you worship regularly.

California

If you live in California, then I would highly recommend the University religious organizations here, which is a fantastic religious institution.

United Kingdom

If you’re a student in the United Kingdom, and you want to get in touch with God, then here are some locations that will be great for you to do so.

Sheffield

We believe that Strawberry Student Homes in Sheffield is dedicated to helping students become more connected to the spirit and getting in touch with Gods of all religions.

Leeds

We have heard that the local centre around the central accommodation such as here, can be used to help get students connected to the Lord.

London

In central London, there are plenty of centres to choose from, including the Faith centre at LSE.

For those on the outskirts and surrounding areas, you can use this religion directory system to find a centre near you: http://www.london-city-churches.org.uk/map_of_churches.html

Majestique Rattan Proven to Work in the Outdoors and Conservatories

After the release of their new reclining rattan garden furniture, Majestique Rattan are right back into the mix, with the proof that they are just as adequate for both your garden, and within your conservatory setting.

Why would you want both?

One of the main benefits to having a set of furniture that works both indoors and outdoors is that you’ve got the flexibility to change depending on the weather and who you are entertaining. For example if the sun comes out and you want to have a BBQ, a Majestique set can be taken outdoors to enjoy it. Likewise if your garden furniture can be used indoors, when the showers come you can move the party indoors to your conservatory, without exchanging any of the comfort.

The Benefits of Majestique Rattan

There are various reasons as to why Majestique rattan tends to be better at this than most brands of garden furniture:

  1. Aluminium frames – this makes the furniture light weight, allowing you to easily move it from indoors to outdoors without straining yourself. It also gives the added bonus of making the furniture all weather, allowing you to leave it outside in the snow and rain without a cover.
  2. Reclining chairs – these are extra comfy, and they allow you to enjoy them equally in the summer sun, or the winter indoors. They also come with extra thick cushions for added comfort.
  3. Many colours – you can choose a style and colour combination that fits with your own home, enabling you to pick something that compliments both the conservatory and the garden.

We highly recommend you checkout Majestique Reclining Rattan Furniture, and see how it can be used for conservatories, alongside the benefits of choosing a durable set for the UK weather. You can find out more about Majestique Rattan in this video:


 

UK Company Creating Waves in the Gardening Space

Have you ever needed a relaxing area to sit outside in your back yard? I know I have. But it can be difficult to find an affordable and reliable provider, especially in the UK.

We look into the new company owned by Sapcote Garden Centre, who are starting to create waves in the UK online industry in 2016.

Who are Gardencentreshopping?

They are an online furniture retailer, owned and operated by Sapcote Garden Centre, and based in Sapcote, Leicestershire, United Kingdom. They provide premium quality garden furniture, available for home delivery, and are known for their Winawood™ weatherproof range, as well as their reclining rattan furniture range. Both of these items are known to be highly weather-resistant, with the Winawood™ coming with a 2 year guarantee. Not bad for a product that you can leave outside all year round.

More information can be found here: https://www.gardencentreshopping.co.uk http://www.botaniwipe.com/garden-furniture-uk/ http://www.sw-ruralgateway.info/bench-outdoor-furniture-placement/

https://www.facebook.com/gardencentreshopping/posts/619040668252295


During March and Spring time, the planting season in your allotment will change drastically. That’s why now it’s Autumn, you want to be preparing your materials for next spring, and preparing the ground areas so that they are ready for March time planting. Things like compost, bulbs, and seeds should be purchased as early as possible.


The video above mentions more on the weatherproof furniture situation at Gardencentreshopping, and can be an interesting watch if you haven’t seen it before.

Gardening Resources for The United Kingdom

If you’re planning on getting outside and maintaining your garden this summer, then please feel free to browse the various resources we have below.

They include useful information on how to plant certain species, as well as soil information, temperature control, checking the moisture in your soil, and much more.

If you have any questions, you can always email us for more information, or to add your resource to the list.

UK Soil Info:

These useful guides are for detecting the types of soil in your garden:

http://www.landis.org.uk/services/soilscapes.cfm

http://www.landis.org.uk/soilscapes/

http://www.ukso.org/mapviewer.html

UK Plant Types:

These are the most common plant varieties in the UK that thrive in the conditions:

http://www.niab.com/pages/id/20/Plant_Breeders_Rights

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/plant-breeders-rights

http://adlib.everysite.co.uk/adlib/defra/content.aspx?doc=18773&id=18775

UK Climate Conditions:

Here is some information on the general climate conditions in the United Kingdom:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_the_United_Kingdom

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/geography/weather_climate/climate_rev4.shtml