You are Loved

Even before he made the world, God loved us and chose us in Christ to be holy and without fault in his eyes. (Ephesians 1:4 NLT) One of our colleagues is in the habit of saying, ‘Jesus loves me!’ whenever something good happens – like finding a carpark right near the entrance, there being enough… More You are Loved

Psalm 145 – I will praise: The divine gift and mystery of language (by Graham Scott)

A psalm of praise of David. 1 I will exalt you, my God and King,     and praise your name forever and ever. 2 I will praise you every day;     yes, I will praise you forever. 3 Great is the Lord! He is most worthy of praise!     No one can measure his greatness. (Psalm 145:1-3 NLT) Our God Focus theme… More Psalm 145 – I will praise: The divine gift and mystery of language (by Graham Scott)

Christmas Blessings

All this took place to fulfill what the Lord had said through the prophet: 23 “The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel” (which means “God with us”).(Matthew 1:22-23 NIV) Merry Christmas!!!! As we celebrate Immanuel, God with us, we give thanks that we serve a God who has revealed himself through… More Christmas Blessings

God’s Love for Joseph — A Reflection on Matthew 1:18-24

Imagine that you have a friend, who is engaged to be married, and with their fiancé they have completed the preparations for the wedding ceremony and celebration. Invitations have been sent out and bookings made. And then at that last moment, the relationship breaks up because of infidelity. What could you say to your friend?… More God’s Love for Joseph — A Reflection on Matthew 1:18-24

Prepare the Way for the Lord — An Advent Reflection on Matthew 3:1-12

Today marks the second week of Advent, and our Bible reading turns our attention to the days before Jesus began his public ministry. This month there has been roadworks on the campus we live in. The roads around the site are gravelled and inclined to potholes. For 3 weeks there was grading, rolling, lots of… More Prepare the Way for the Lord — An Advent Reflection on Matthew 3:1-12