This week our studies continue we continue the theme of Lamenting from Sunday - As We Learn To Ask Boldly. Lament can be a very positive experience as we turn from pain and suffering towards God. Each day we discover something to ask from God.
Let’s Pray For Dave Gray (chaplain in Derryvolgie and Queens’ University, Belfast)
Pray for university students struggling when in isolation, for international students, and for the many students struggling with screen fatigue. Pray too for Christian students as they meet for fellowship online and seek opportunities to reach out to others.
Christ Church, Limerick
Pray for this joint Presbyterian and Methodist congregation, for unity and strength during Covid-19 restrictions. Pray too for Rev Stephen Hancock as he settles into ministry there.
Since No One Can Keep the Law, What Is Its Purpose?
That we may know the holy nature and will of God, and the sinful nature and disobedience of our hearts; and thus our need of a Savior. The law also teaches and exhorts us to live a life worthy of our Savior.
Today Matt visits a Missionary Baptist Church In Alabama. (Remember this comes from an American perspective)
“Reading Between The Lines” a series working through the bible looking at the well known phrases.
PCI PODCAST EPISODE ALERT #27: Living Witness
The simple practices of noticing others, being brave, asking good questions, looking for relationship opportunities and praying. These were some of the things that emerged from this conversation between a minister, a community outreach worker and a university student as Neil Harrison was joined by Rev Andy Carroll (Donabate), Rebecca Smyth (West Kirk) and Peter Hutchinson (Waringstown) to discuss how we can be more effective in sharing our faith in ordinary ways, within the current circumstances we find ourselves in.
Listen via the link below or search for podcasts from the Presbyterian church in your favourite podcast app.
An Evening Conversation with J. I. Packer - An Interview by Mark Dever
NEW BLOG Living with it
Esther Parker, member of Sinclair Seamen’s congregation and PW Home Vice President, reflects on living with new joy.
"Choose to express gratitude to God. Read his Word and pray. Joy is to be found there."
Even when we're weary let's continue to sing psalms, hymns and songs to the Lord. Dr Rebecca Uberoi, programme leader at @LSTheology shares how we can respond to God's invitation into sung worship even amid the coronavirus restrictions.
The times for yesterday’s Jigsaw
Play the "West Strand Tuesday" puzzle!