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2016 Christmas Newsletter
Posted On 2016/12/30 Last Update 2016/12/30
“So it was, when the angels had gone away from them into heaven, that the shepherds said to one another, "Let us now go to Bethlehem and see this thing that has come to pass, which the Lord has made known to us.
2016 June Newsletter
Posted On 2016/07/05 Last Update 2016/07/06
Psalm 115 has often been read on momentous occasions to give God the glory, praising his intervention in human history. But we do not always appear to be on the winning side. This psalm is also a response to the pain of human experience, written perhaps out of taunts suffered by the exiles in Babylon.
2016 March Newsletter
Posted On 2016/03/28 Last Update 2016/03/28
Reading through Judges in chapel at Holff this past few weeks have caused me to reflect that through God’s word we see God at work in history, judging and redeeming his people; his message to the Old Testament church is the admonition “Do not forget the Lord your God”. The narrative in Judges 3 12 – 30, presents God as the deliverer of his people. He delivers them from hopeless situations in surprising ways. So as believers we are urged not to give up on the mission God has given us when we face discouraging, often hopeless situations. God’s story is one of deliverance, ultimately through his son Jesus Christ.
2015 Christmas Newsletter
Posted On 2015/12/13 Last Update 2016/07/05
Mary’s response to the Lord demonstrates the best and deepest attitude to God’s Spirit at work in our lives: submission and trust. He wants to guide our lives, but are we as willing as Mary to co-operate? The Gospel calls us to yield our lives to God and His purposes. “May it be as you have said”.
2016 Christmas Newsletter
Posted On 2016/12/30 Last Update 2016/12/30
“So it was, when the angels had gone away from them into heaven, that the shepherds said to one another, "Let us now go to Bethlehem and see this thing that has come to pass, which the Lord has made known to us.
2016 June Newsletter
Posted On 2016/07/05 Last Update 2016/07/06
Psalm 115 has often been read on momentous occasions to give God the glory, praising his intervention in human history. But we do not always appear to be on the winning side. This psalm is also a response to the pain of human experience, written perhaps out of taunts suffered by the exiles in Babylon.
2016 March Newsletter
Posted On 2016/03/28 Last Update 2016/03/28
Reading through Judges in chapel at Holff this past few weeks have caused me to reflect that through God’s word we see God at work in history, judging and redeeming his people; his message to the Old Testament church is the admonition “Do not forget the Lord your God”. The narrative in Judges 3 12 – 30, presents God as the deliverer of his people. He delivers them from hopeless situations in surprising ways. So as believers we are urged not to give up on the mission God has given us when we face discouraging, often hopeless situations. God’s story is one of deliverance, ultimately through his son Jesus Christ.
2015 Christmas Newsletter
Posted On 2015/12/13 Last Update 2016/07/05
Mary’s response to the Lord demonstrates the best and deepest attitude to God’s Spirit at work in our lives: submission and trust. He wants to guide our lives, but are we as willing as Mary to co-operate? The Gospel calls us to yield our lives to God and His purposes. “May it be as you have said”.