Greetings in the Name of our Risen Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. I trust you had a great time with your family at your Easter celebrations and the celebration continues with the Orthodox Easter on April 12th. In fact every Sunday is a celebration of the Resurrection - the early church celebrated and held their worship services on the seventh day because that was the day on which Jesus Arose!
Greetings in the most precious Name - Jesus Christ our Lord! Before I share great news with you about our mission to Iraq, I ask you to pray for the families of the 21 Coptic martyrs who were recently murdered in Libya at the hands of ISIS. It is heartbreaking and fills me with righteous anger.
Greetings in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ. The New Year is about new beginnings; it is a time to refresh and a time to renew our commitment to the Lord and to others, such as our spouse, with whom we are in a covenant relationship. May I encourage you to have renewed hope and faith in this New Year.
Greetings in the most powerful Name! I trust you had a good and merry Christmas with your family and loved ones. I can truly say the Lord crowned the year with bounty (Psalm 65). "Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless His holy name! (Psalm 103:1) "Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life..." (Psalm 23:6). How wonderful are the promises of God! They give us hope and strength.
Greeting in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. An urgent need has arisen and I have been called upon to help. The situation of the refugees in Iraq is desperate. They are in dire conditions, having fled with only with the clothes on their backs, humiliated, frustrated and puzzled by what is happening.