Black History Month
Nov09

Black History Month

“We came to see that, it is more honourable to walk in dignity than ride in humiliation. So in a quiet dignified manner, we decided to substitute tired feet for tired souls, and walk the streets of Montgomery until the sagging walls of injustice had been crushed by the battering rams of surging justice” (Dr Martin Luther King JR). History in the making On the night of 4th November 2008 history was made when Barack Obama...

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Heaven is Our Goal
Nov08

Heaven is Our Goal

Heaven is Our Goal We’re Marching to Zion, These words we often sing. We’re Marching Upwards to Heavenly Zion, But who will be ushered in? Heaven Now is in View; The skies will soon roll back as a scroll, One by One thr names will be called, But are we on the Heavenly roll? If I came now, would you be ready? If the trumpet sounded, indeed would you fear? Today, if you hear me seeking you, Seek me Also in My Word and in...

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‘Our Brother & Sister’s Keeper’
Nov08

‘Our Brother & Sister’s Keeper’

‘Our Brother & Sister’s Keeper’ The ‘renewing’ of the mind can be tough to embrace, if we’re not willing to forgo and allow ourselves to decrease and let the spirit of God increase in our undeserved self- importance. The responsibility (James 5:19) to help our brothers and sisters, by using the word and holy- spirit leading, in human relationships, can be fraught with disputes and unloving gestures; however, it is an...

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Black History Month
Nov06

Black History Month

As last month was Black History Month I have decided to kick off this blog with some profiles over the next few weeks which will focus on some of the unsung black heroes to have made a significant contribution to both American and British history. Born in 1888 in Folkestone, Kent, Walter Tull is undeniably an unsung hero in black British history. His father, Daniel Tull, who hailed from the Caribbean Island of Barbados and was a...

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What is your Idol?
Nov03

What is your Idol?

Living in the world, but not of the ‘World’ is a challenge for most believers (John 17:16). Our exposure, to its defiled nature – a continuous challenge! When you think of Idol Worship, what comes to mind? Often, it’s the story of the making of the ‘Golden Calf’ and Gods anger towards the children of Israel and their disobedience is heart breaking. (Exodus 32:8-10) Idolatrous worship of other gods can also include, people and things,...

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Message for the day

Today, don’t forget God cares about the things that concern you. He cares about the things that hurt you. He is close to the brokenhearted, and He wants to bring you peace and comfort. Turn to Him and receive His love. Let Him bring healing to your heart and restoration to your soul.

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