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RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE CHURCH FAMILY

Intro to the theme for the ‘Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021’ – part 2

Abiding in Christ, the source of all love, the fruit of communion grows Communion with Christ demands communion with others. Dorotheus of Gaza, a monk in Palestine in the 6th century, expressed this in the following way: Imagine a circle drawn on the ground, that is, a line drawn in a circle with a compass,

RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE CHURCH FAMILY

Intro to the theme for the ‘Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021’ – part 1

To abide in God’s love is to be reconciled with oneself The French words for monk and nun (moine/moniale) come from the Greek μόνος which means alone and one. Our hearts, bodies and minds, far from being one, are often scattered, being pulled in several directions. The monk or nun desires to be one in

RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE CHURCH FAMILY

Growing in the love of God leads to relational unity

Picture a comic strip where Mom and Dad go out for the evening and leave their oldest child in charge of the younger ones. As they walk out the door, the kids smile pleasantly and wave goodbye. But the minute the door closes, the children start fighting with each other and tearing the house apart.

RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD

Discovering the real blessing

When we see babies more fascinated by the wrapping or the box than the gift itself, we laugh because we think it’s cute that they don’t understand what the real gift is or its value. But how often do I think/act in the same way? How often do I get more fascinated with and attached

RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD

Tuning into the song of God’s love for you

It’s New Year’s Eve! Does the thought of another year make you feel a little apprehensive? For many of us, 2020 was hard. We faced a worldwide pandemic, racial unrest, economic instability, and any number of personal highs and lows. You have probably seen your share of uncertainty or insecurity. What can you do? Perhaps