In Your Hands

Good morning – what a windy day we have woken up too. I’m praying for all you teachers today, because they say wind makes the children’s behaviour change!

A Big Thank You

Thank you so much to City Church Whitstable site for inviting us to speak. We really enjoyed ourselves and had many positive conversations afterwards. Three people pledged to join #theonehundred and several asked about our mentoring scheme.

You also prayed for our Lent Assembly at The Abbey School which went amazingly, praise God! (and the pancakes worked!!)

This week we are saying goodbye to our six girls who are graduating from GLOW

Faithful with the few

In Matthew 25 we see a story of a master who entrusts his workers with a small investment. To the ones put the money to work the master says:

Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!’

Matthew 25:23

I read this today whilst praying for CCSWT. I felt God ask me to look at what is in our hands; then upon answering I felt His charge, that we are to hold these things lightly, but also to be faithful with what we are holding. He reminded me that over the years that is what we have sought to do: be faithful with the few

In charge of more

Yet more was spoken to my heart. I felt God prompt me to hear His happiness for us, His well done. For many years we have been faithful with the few, now He wants to give more. So we pray, to see that provision come into fruition.

Thank you to all who have joined the One Hundred so far. Yet there is still a long way to go. If you believe in what we do, please donate to us. Just £10 a month can make so much difference

As always thank you for your prayers


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