This week we continue week 4 of the Journey of Lent, a journey of 40 days through the Wilderness with Jesus Christ towards Easter. We will discover that Wilderness is a much more positive experience than we might imagine and we pray that we will be drawn into a deeper relationship with Jesus as we embark on a Sacrificial Journey with Jesus
Let’s Pray For Social Witness
Pray for the work of Specialist Services as they endeavour to deliver services in these
challenging times. Pray for those individuals in need of treatment for their addiction and those being released from prison. Give thanks for Thompson House, Carlisle House and Gray’s Court and for the dedicated staff teams.
Give thanks for school leaders, teachers, assistants, support staff and governors and for all their work in connecting with pupils over the past year and in making the school environment safe. Pray the return to in-classroom learning would be smooth, with enough energy, creativity and stamina to keeping going for another term.
“Reading Between The Lines” a series working through the bible looking at the well known phrases.
Everyday we share another instalment of the film about Corrie Ten Boom Part 10
On this episode of Let’s Talk, @MelissaBKruger, @JasmineLHolmes, and @JackieHillPerry discuss whether spiritual gifts are tied to natural giftedness, and whether they only show up only after conversion.
Hope At Easter
Angelina Cowan, PCI global mission worker in Tuam, Kenya, shares some pictures of what hope filled lives look like amid the realities of life in Christ in Kenya.
The talk on ‘Old Belfast Presbyterian Churches in Belfast’ by Tom Hartley originally planned for 2020 as part of the annual Lecture Programme of the Presbyterian Historical Society had to be cancelled due to the Coronavirus emergency. In this presentation Tom traces the history of 13 lost Presbyterian Meeting Houses in Inner City early 19th Century Belfast. (Please note the distinction between “Presbyterian” and “Presbyterian Church In Ireland” This talk covers lots of different “Presbyterian” churches.
Not Born Ready
When it came to being our high priest, Jesus wasn’t born ready. He was born as a helpless infant who needed to grow in wisdom and stature. True, the incarnation was absolutely necessary for us to be saved, since our high priest needed to be human to represent us. But sinners like us don’t just need saving; we also need sympathy. And sympathy requires experience that Baby Jesus (or Teenage Jesus, for that matter) didn’t yet have.
Read more here.
The times for yesterday’s Jigsaw
Play the "Diamond Portstewart Friday" puzzle!