This week our studies we continue the theme of Lamenting from Sunday - As We take the final step of Trusting In God
Let’s Pray For Chris & Rachel Humphries (global mission workers, Portugal)
Pray for the Comunidade Pedras Vivas church plant, that as Christ’s body they would continue to be salt and light, and open and alert to the needs of those around them. Pray too for the people of Portugal, who have been badly affected by the pandemic.
Pray for the leaders and members of the Evangelical Christian Church of Halmahera. Pray for the purchasing of a new speed boat to help reach people and churches on the 781 islands covered by the church.
Today our prayer meeting takes place at 12noon on Zoom. If you would like to take part then email me for the link. email@example.com
All you need is a computer or a smartphone/tablet. Here is a photo of some of the people who took part in our last prayer meeting.
Today Matt asks a Catholic Theologian About Mary
“Reading Between The Lines” a series working through the bible looking at the well known phrases.
How The Mighty Are Fallen
Open Doors - World Watch List
Open Doors has released the World Watch List. The list of countries where it is most dangerous to be a Christian in 2021.
The full list can be found here
This week the focus is on Lybia the fourth most dangerous country in the world to be a Christian. Read about Lybia here
Christian’s Union Irelands
12th – 18th February
– Pray for students at NUIG (Dóchas), that they will be able to meet together in their small groups and be an encouragement to one another. Pray that these communities will not dwindle over time, but will continue to grow and strengthen in community and worship with one another.
– Pray for the CU leaders at Waterford Institute of Technology as they continue meeting on Zoom every Tuesday evening going through uncover Mark
Last week I was remembering the 24/7 Prayer Course with Pete Greig which we took part in a couple of years ago on Wednesday evenings. The videos have been re-recorded and a couple more sessions have been added, I’m going to include a session each Wednesday to help us as we pray. The videos are very helpful and Pete Greig is a great communicator. If you would like to learn how to pray this is a good place to start. So why not watch a short video each week.
Here is a link to week one “Why Pray?” with some additional questions and information.
Here are a few videos and pictures about Shipping and especially the Seamen’s Christian Friend Society. Colin Jenkins who has been in Burnside many times is a missionary in the port of Cork.
Colin’s updates are always a fascinating read, the full update is below but here is a pressing need from Colin.
“My Kia car is back on the road again with a new radiator, and running well. But since there's almost 246,000 km on the clock and she's over 7 years old we're hoping to change sooner rather than later.
The good news is that SCFS are behind us, and also are applying for a grant from a Seafarers Trust (ITF). It looks like we might just need to trade in the Kia and then the rest will be made up by SCFS and the grant. However, if any of you feel led to help you could send the support to SCFS and simply designate your gift as 'for Colin's new car'. Thanks everyone, even £5 or €5 makes a big difference.” (Bank details can be provided if anyone would like to help.)
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Gospel Presentation related to football.
Little known story of a shipwreck from these shores 40yrs ago. On 8 Feb 1981, the Burgundia ran ashore on the mouth of the Bann near Portstewart. Departing Coleraine for Portugal with 400 tonnes of potatoes. It lay for a month, the spuds were saved but it never sailed again. I wonder does anyone remember this?
The times for yesterday’s Jigsaw
Today’s puzzle is of the National Trust Island in Derwentwater which we saw when we were in Keswick last August.
Play the "Keswick Monday" puzzle!