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First quarter insights 2018

January to March 2018

The peace of Christ

Lord Jesus, I, Adna, declare my faith in you as Lord, Redeemer and Saviour. I ask you to dwell in my heart and forgive my sins. Please give me your peace and the rest you promised to give to those who come to you. Help me to love you and to know you more and more. Help me to grow in obedience to your Word all my life. Hold my hand and lead me to the light and I will be faithful all my life. Amen. (Adna, Libya)

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Finding peace with God

This video continues the journey of Rabia with his sister and friend. In the first video, Through the door, the three had been exploring Christianity and were making the decision to go for it. In Finding peace with God, each of the group has made a decision to put their trust in Jesus, but life isn’t easy. Still, they have each other and they have God’s Word to strengthen them.

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Highlights of 2017

If any of you wants to be my follower, you must give up your
own way, take up your cross, and follow me.
(Matthew 16:24 NLT)

Follow me

Our theme for 2017 was based on Jesus’ invitation to follow him – an invitation that is given numerous times throughout the gospels. It is a caution as well as a promise. Jesus wants us to follow him with our eyes open; the road may not be easy (see above verse), but it will bring us heavenly treasures (Matthew 19:21) and will result in fruitfulness (Matthew 4:19).

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Through the door

This is our latest video, which shows Rabia with his sister and her friend. They have been investigating Christianity and the teachings of Jesus the Messiah. All three determine to continue their faith journey together, despite the possible personal costs.

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Do not be afraid 2018

Do not be afraid. It is a bold statement. It has no room for misinterpretation. You can’t argue with it, especially when it comes from the most high authority.

When God speaks these words, they hold weight – much more than they would if you or I were to speak them. They are a promise that will never be broken. Not a promise of an easy life, free from sadness and pain, but a promise of faithfulness in adversity, hope in despair and freedom in oppression.

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