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Engaging, Equiping Communities to live life to the Full with Christ Jesus at the Centre
19
May 2019
Posted in Your Gospel Language by g4g at 9:18 am

We celebrate the recording of John 3:16 – in  Hebrew.  Many thanks to Gary from Aberdeen Christian Fellowship and his friends in Israel for this. John 3:16 is the Gospel in a nutshell and simply tells of Christ’s Love for all such that whoever accepts Christ Jesus as Lord and Saviour has Everlasting Life and a rich relationship with a Loving God.

Our role is to make Christ relevant to all through speaking and demonstration so that all can hear, see and experience the Gospel.  

One of the ways we do this is through making this scripture available in different languages. 


17
May 2019
Posted in Community Element by g4g at 12:22 pm

Following on from Brian's Good news and the first story about the fund raising exploits of the community nurses with dinosaur we turn to covering the issue of MS and the great work done by the MS Society.

 


17
May 2019
Posted in Community Element by g4g at 12:03 pm

An article run a few weeks back on Young Minds which is there to fight for young people's mental health.


17
May 2019
17
May 2019

Today 3 community Nurses and an inflatable dinosaur 'Dino' have been making a daily climb up Mither Tap on Bennachie during the month of May.  The Jurassic party are raising the profile of MS and the work of the MS Society and raising money to support the amazing work done by the Society to support those with MS and carry out research to reduce or even cure MS.

Councillor Ian Yuill is celebrating 25 years representing his constituents in Airyhall, Broomhill and Garthdee. His popularity is really down to his desire to get the job done,  serving in any way he can and has been described as 'approachable, helpful and always available.'

Artistic pensioners are to continue producing works of art around Aberdeen.  The group was originally called ' Graffitti Grannies' - LATA 63 project and produced art work for the NUART Festival.  Their efforts then as now are being supported by Aberdeen Inspired.  The group were recently featured on ITV's Good Morning Britain program.

A community woodland group - The Cove Woodland Trust is raising over £3000 to transform 16 acres of unruly grassland into a community park for recreational use.  Ian Bowie, chairman is carrying out a walk of 96 miles along the West Highland Way to Fort William to raise funds. To find out more and contribute to the appeal, visit


10
May 2019
Posted in Prayer, Power Hour by g4g at 2:51 pm

Applying God's Word in Prayer.  Rob met up with Brother AJ from S Asia to learn about his amazing work to bring the Gospel to S Asia with Absolute Trust in God.  The results speak for themselves.  To find out more about this amazing Work email  indianinlandmission@gmail.com


10
May 2019

A former Dons Captain Russell Anderson has st up a Football Academy.  The Russell Anderson Development School is helping youngsters in disadvantaged areas in NE Scotland to enjoy football. The Scottish Government has set a target of 2 hours a week of PE.  The Academy is helping youngsters to meet this target.  2,500 children from 8 primary schools are benefitting every week.

Childline set up by Esther Rantzen is celebrating the 15 year of the opening of its Aberdeen Base and has honoured one of its volunteers Norman Hutchison who is a Centenarian. In the last year, the Aberdeen base handled 13,841 Counselling Sessions.  Childline is available 24 hours, 7 days a week on 0800 1111 or on line www.childline.org.uk

Charlie House has been presented with a £400,000 cheque from The Seven Incorporated Trades of Aberdeen via its Trades Window Fund Charity.  The amount takes the Big Build Appeal significantly over £2 million towards the construction and running costs of a specialist support centre.

Head Teacher Neil Hendry of Lochside Academy has praised the staff who went above and beyond to cover a deficit in English Teachers at the School.  The school have recently recruited 3 English Teachers to begin in August.


7
May 2019
Posted in Personal Impact, RETUNE by g4g at 11:38 am

The Names of God.  God is known by many names.  Each name tells us of the character of God.  How much are we willing to fully trust God?


7
May 2019
Posted in Promotion by g4g at 11:05 am

For Power Hour this week,  Rob went along to Aberdeen Christian Fellowship to meet Brother AJ from South Asia.

Brother AJ's heart is to reach people with The Gospel.  Through absolute Trust in God, Brother AJ and the Mission he oversees has been able thus far to reach over 551,000 people with the Gospel not only directly but giving over 4,301 bibles, helping 424 widows with monthly aid, helping 37 farming families with aid, feeding 993 homeless children weekly. 

The approach Brother AJ uses is counter intuitive.  He places absolute trust in God and that means not only in finances but in life. 'Where God leads, He provides.'

Listen in Friday 10 May at 7 pm to hear Brother AJ speaking passionately. 

If you want to find out more,  contact  indiainlandmission@gmail.com


26
Apr 2019
Posted in Prayer, Power Hour by g4g at 2:42 pm

Applying God's Word in Prayer.  

Fruitfulness of a tree or crop depends on the root stock.  Even in stony soil,  root stock that delves deep is likely to enable a tree to survive in times of drought or hardship. 

Therefore he is able, once and forever, to save those who come to God through him. He lives forever to intercede with God on their behalf.

Hebrew  7:25

 

Jeremiah 17:5-10

Wisdom from the Lord

This is what the Lord says:
“Cursed are those who put their trust in mere humans,
    who rely on human strength
    and turn their hearts away from the Lord.

They are like stunted shrubs in the desert,
    with no hope for the future.
They will live in the barren wilderness,
    in an uninhabited salty land.

“But blessed are those who trust in the Lord
    and have made the Lord their hope and confidence.

They are like trees planted along a riverbank,
    with roots that reach deep into the water.
Such trees are not bothered by the heat
    or worried by long months of drought.
Their leaves stay green,
    and they never stop producing fruit.

“The human heart is the most deceitful of all things,
    and desperately wicked.
    Who really knows how bad it is?

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But I, the Lord, search all hearts
    and examine secret motives.
I give all people their due rewards,
    according to what their actions deserve.”