This year started strangely not with real Winter weather. Normally February is the coldest month but near the end also the first month when those in the Northern Hemisphere catch the first signs of Spring. Days begin to lengthen and the shoots of early spring flowers become visible, encouraging us on to the great blessing… Read More Christadelphian 2020 February issue
Enjoying life on holiday, often people do find more time to reflect about life, what we have done and how everything went, not only the last year but also the previous years. Even when we travel later in Summer or even when the astronomical Autumn has started already, we can be able to find the… Read More Fullness of summer and abundance of harvest found in the satisfying plenitude of life in Christ
Everyday we do have to face our self. In this world we encounter so many people who are not happy with their looks, their work, their politicians, their “this and that”! When not happy with the own body many look for aesthetic corrections. The Coffeeshop rabbi writes Often we adopt a resolution because there is… Read More Do we need to learn to accept ourselves as we are?
Throughout the year lots of people are cramming their schedules full trying to gain as much money they can. Lots of people are running themselves ragged for the purpose of feeling valuable, when in reality they feel worthless because they are chasing the temporary, the fleeting rather than chasing the One Who will give us… Read More Daily thought for July the 8th and the Summer months
We do hope you enjoyed a lovely holiday or that you still may come to enjoy a great period of rest and tranquillity without worries. Who would not love the Summertime, having more time for oneself, not having to go to work, not having to face the daily traffic jams, etc. Having more time to… Read More A marvellous Summer ending
Those who go up in the mountains or just go out in the fields, now in Summer, may sit there at night and count the stars. Though both the stars in the sky and the particles of sand we may find on the beach are too numerous to count. However, there is a gigantic difference… Read More Counting sands and stars