Philippians 4 Part 1
Joy Through Gentleness
In less than 5 minutes we look at Philippians 4 v 4-5
Strength For These Days
Pray for those who have found lockdown exhausting because they have had to pick up extra responsibilities in their family or working life, asking that God will renew their strength.
Pray for those who have found lockdown frustrating as they have been unable to work, have been unwell, or experienced the angst of waiting, asking that God will motivate and re-energise their lives.
Download Let’s Pray for this week
This week we have a series of ideas for family worship which can be used with ether children or Grandchildren
In today’s weekly service of worship for the whole Presbyterian Church in Ireland family across the country, Presbyterian Moderator, Rt Rev Dr David Bruce continues his series on Ephesians with ‘A Redeemed Church’.
For 21 days, the CUI staff team walked 4km a day around our homes to make up the 1460km distance around every campus with a CU in Ireland.
As well as raising awareness for each CU, we raised funds for the IFES Europe Family Fund, to encourage our missionary brothers and sisters across the globe to keep empowering students with the gospel.
Think Friday: A Story Of Redemption (2:59 Minute Video)
Evangelical Alliance - This week in Think Friday, we consider how we might live as people who have experienced redemption in a culture where this is in short supply.
Tonight, Monday 6th June 7.30 - 8.30 pm (UK time) where José (Pepe) Moreno will be leading our thinking about Evangelizing Catholics – Why and How? Details on the flyer
Lessons I Am Learning About Waiting
Christine Craig a member of Kilbride Presbyterian reflects on what she is learning about waiting during #lockdown and how Psalm 13 became a source of strength.
One comment I received this weekend -
“Janice is unbeatable, can she give us some advise as to how she is so quick?“
Play the "Balintoy Harbour" puzzle!
As William has commented, and I couldn’t put it better myself -
the location is -
“Station Road, Portstewart, flying the Liverpool F.C. flag to celebrate winning the English Premiership for first time in 30 years, Y.N.W.A.”
Perhaps an easy one for a Monday morning to ease you into the week.
If you manage to complete the Jigsaw too quickly, here is another little puzzle for you today.
What is the only number in English, when written down, that has all of its letters in alphabetical order?