Returning to Philippians this week.
Joy from Confidence in Jesus not in the Flesh.
The latest prayer guide for this week is available to download
Pray for the homeless who have no fixed abode to which to retreat for shelter and safety from coronavirus, asking that God would watch over their lives and help them find help and support.
Pray for those who work with the homeless in these days, asking that God would bless and use their work in providing the basic necessities of shelter, food and love in caring community.
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 ‘An Adopted Church’.
When pain, suffering, grief, and loss happen, all of us — whatever we believe (or don't believe) — are forced to ask some tough questions. In this Short Answers film, Solas Director Andy Bannister addresses what the message of Jesus has to say about pain and suffering — and shows that unlike atheism, only Christianity can offer real hope, real answers, and real meaning when suffering strikes.
Betty Kennedy sent me this photo based on Psalm 91:4
We have absolutely nothing to fear about tomorrow; for God is already there.
4 He will cover you with his feathers,
and under his wings you will find refuge;
his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart.
Psalms 91:4 (NIV 1984)
It is difficult to know what church will look like when we re-open again.
The Friday Jigsaw is always a little bit more difficult so the times take a little bit longer
The Friday Jigsaw was featured on the Jigsaw website so a couple of thousand people tried it out. The worldwide fastest time was 7:18, And before you ask, I have no idea how you could possibly do it in that time.
Here is a simpler puzzle for a Monday. Only 40 pieces but those sunset colours are a little tricky.
Play the "Portrush Harbour" puzzle!
The caravan parks reopened on Friday, and as Edith correctly identified, it is the “Shower and toilet block at Juniper Hill caravan site.”
This appeared on Friday, does anyone know where the construction work is taking place?