Two wonderful lessons given by John Griffiths and John Mooney set the tone for a great day of fellowship on Saturday 24th. We are so grateful for the things that were brought to our attention. Using Psalm 133 John Griffiths illustrated very well what it is like when God's people are living in unity. John Mooney then continued with advice on how by fulfilling our common purpose we keep the unity and promote togetherness.Singing was lead by Kunle and Paulus for which we are grateful. Wonderful food was prepared and set out by some of the ladies which every one appreciated - at least twice! The discussion groups raised many good points for consideration and practical advice to go away with. It was encouraging to hear news of what was happening from eachplace represented and have an update on the work of the British Bible School. Thank you to all who made it such a great day.
Should take place on May 6th 2017
Plan to Join us then in the greatest work on earth. Come help us bring the Gospel to the lost. See ourEvangelism Outreach News pagefor more information. Today many are searching for God and eternal salvation. They want a better life than they are experiencing at present here on earth and the assurance that they will be with the Lord throughout eternity.
On Abingdon Street, Northampton @ approx 11.30 am, we should be there on the 6th May 2017
Plan to come and help us spread the Gospel to the lost at our next outreach on May 6th 2017
Northampton Church of Christ
Last updated on 23rd April, 2017
Parker Henderson will be missed as such a great teacher.
Parker Henderson, former teacher at SIBI finished his earthly ministry today and has entered his eternal home. Parker was a missionary in Thailand for twenty years and then spent thirty years serving in Trinidad. He taught at Sunset for relatively short stints and always took a team he personally recruited back to the mission field with him. Parker, along with his wife Donna, had moved back to Lubbock several years ago and was living in a private nursing home. This dear brother will be missed by people he led to Christ in a number of countries and by a host of other brethren and friends.
Visitation will be at 10am on Monday, June 26 with services at 11am in the Sunset Church of Christ Auditorium. You can also view the service at https://youtu.be/ZzYGXObiPUM
If our congregation here in Northampton is going to see our friends, family, neighbours and work associates won to Christ, we must pay the price in prayer. The Scripture tells us in 2 Corinthians 4:4 that: “The god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God.” Only prayer can break the hold of the enemy on people’s lives. Satan and his demons have blinded people’s minds, and they’re unable to see the glorious gospel of Christ.
Paul says in Ephesians 6:12: “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms."