Our Lenten Journey 2016
Fully Human, Fully Alive
Lent points to the satisfaction of our desires. But which ones?
The Gospel doesn’t call us not to to be human, but to be human in the right way. Christianity does not to do away with our desires but saves us from our deformed desires and the serpent’s lie that we are self-sufficient and in no need of being completed by Another.
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Some past articles that you may find helpful.
Meant for Lent #3
This article builds upon the previous one: Meant For Lent #2 :: Fast with Intent Forgive us our debts, as we […]
Meant for Lent #2
This article builds upon the previous one: Meant For Lent #1 :: Pray Everyday Fasting has always been a particularly difficult […]
Meant for Lent #1
Lent is a time to get closer to God. We take on certain practices with greater depth during this time […]
The world of medicine is scrambling to find the vaccine to treat coronavirus and rightly so. In the meantime, amidst […]
Eternity In Our Hearts
We live in a materialistic culture with an all pervading ‘live-for-the-day’ mentality. The only thing important in your life and mine we are told, is whether or not we’re enjoying the moment. ‘I want it all and I want it now… Why worry about tomorrow?
The Gift of Emptiness
A quick glance at what is happening in the world around us is indeed very sobering. The abandonment of faith […]
40 days and 50 shades
The message of the 40 days of Lent is the antithesis of the message of the raunchy pseudo-romantic film released in 2015.
Join Us For Lent
Join us for our Lenten series ‘Hesed – Parables, Stories and Psalms of Mercy’ at Youth Fellowship.
‘Hesed’ is a Hebrew word found in the Old Testament. The meaning of the word is a ‘faithful love’ which shows us God’s undeserved loving kindness and mercy towards us.
Example Great is his love (hesed) toward us, the faithfulness of the LORD endures forever. Ps 117:2