The Special Gift!
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The Special Gift!

The 25th of December is marked down in every diary of a new year as Christmas Day; a day of celebration, jubilation and excitement. I remember growing up so excited for that special day. I would count down the days until it finally arrived with my eyes beaming and thinking of all the wonderful delicious...

The Family Project – Part 2
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The Family Project – Part 2

In my last article I finished mentioning Acts 4:32 and commented that “We are family, we are one.” I began to think and picture how the church looked in Acts 4 – meeting in different houses, sharing with one another and walking in one accord, but I remembered one thing, they too were humans they...

Love and Identity
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Love and Identity

While reading John 17, I was struck by the confidence that Jesus had in his Father’s love. In the passing moments of my own life, I ask myself, if I am that confident in my Father’s love for me? For Jesus, it was so evident and tangible, that it had become His identity. He knew...

Diverse Nations United
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Diverse Nations United

United is a word used to describe collective togetherness. When Jesus gave out the command of the Great Commission, He urged the disciples to go out into every nation making disciples (Matthew 28:19). Churches around the world are filled with a diverse multitude of members coming from different nations. From the wet and windy England...

The Love of God
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The Love of God

Romans 5:5 “…because God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, whom he has given us”. I never knew how much God loves us, until when I personally experience it, i was totally blown away and realise how loving our heavenly father truly his, personally I used think he is...

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Like and Love

I have heard these two words used constantly like never before and these words have been plaguing my mind constantly of late. I have to correct the abuse of these words – ‘Love’ replaced with ‘Like’. We often use the phrase “I like you” and “I love you” but never fully realise its implication and...