In this memorable summer of 2020, we’re not only going through a novel pandemic but also seeing unprecedented protests in many cities of the US and even around the world.
As researchers work hard to invent medicines and vaccines, our hope is in the Lord. We are asked to stay away from each other, yet we worship a God who is alive and close to us always. No one can separate us from the love of God!
By prayer, fasting and almsgiving, our spiritual life, personal life and our outreach to those on the margins of life is improved and ultimately it will lead us to have a deeper personal encounter with Christ.
A new year always gives us the opportunity to reflect about the past year as we prepare to enter and live in the new year. Apostle Paul writes in Philippians 2:12, I press on…forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal for the prize of the heavenly call of God in Christ Jesus.
Dear Friends, Greetings to you in our Lord’s name! So much could be said about this time of the year. On November 3, we’ll remember some of our saints who have gone to be with the Lord. We pray for…