(February 20, 2023) Robert and Maureen McQuillan bring a timely challenge …
Happened to watch a recent Abbots Cross Congregational Church service(our ‘old’ church back in Northern Ireland) and heard an outstanding sermon by Reverend Philip Campbell. What a message! So well…
Under an obvious Holy Spirit anointing, Philip clearly spoke convincingly from his heart on Philippians 3.
There was a sense of destiny as Philip – known for his easy-to-listen-to-and-absorb style – reminded his audience of God’s incredible goodness, the Christian’s need to take opportunities to share one’s faith and the gospel of Jesus and, forgetting past hindrances, move on this yearunder God’s directions into His plans for His spiritual children and church.
It triggered off the heart of this particular article!
Jesus highest Philip Campbell knows the cost of the challenge of moving on as God declares!
(June 24, 2020) Carol Round shares hope for all troubled by what’s happening around us…
My heart is heavy.
History is repeating itself. I lived through the turmoil of the 60s during the Civil Rights movement. I saw the injustice. Segregated schools and restaurants. Separate water fountains and restrooms left an imprint on my impressionable mind.
What is happening in my own country today didn’t begin with the murder of George Floyd at the hands of law enforcement. It isn’t the first time hatred has led to an uncalled-for death. I’m sure it won’t be the last.
Trouble is all around the world these days! Protesters are calling for change. But change can only happen when each one of us takes responsibility for our own words and actions.
Nothing Will Change Unless We Do Nothing will change until we, as Christians, quit placing our hope in government to save our country. We must embrace the teachings of Jesus Christ, and not just give lip service to our faith. If we are sold out to Jesus, we should not be conformed to this world. (more…)