The Persecuted Church / Dealing with Opposition

LPUC eNews – Sunday 14 November 2021

You are welcome to worship in person this Sunday at 10.15am.  We are now restricted to the 1 person per 2sqm requirement.  All people can now sing but the congregation will still need to wear masks. As you come in you need to register via the QR  code or with the person at the front door.  Please also use the hand sanitizer provided and wear a mask whilst indoors.  If you forget your mask we have some available as you walk in.

We are also live streaming of our services.  The service can be seen each Sunday morning commencing at 10.15am.  Here is the link to our YouTube channel to access the live streaming: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHEm1fJeADpcP6gO1BsBKcg 

The Persecuted Church / Dealing with Opposition  Acts 5:40-42, Mark 1:12-13 

Persecution runs like a scarlet thread through all the history of the Church. From their earliest days, followers of Jesus have faced varying degrees of oppression, opposition, and violence at different periods.

Whatever the cause or level of persecution, it will occur as followers of Jesus seek to share His message to the ends of the earth. And often, we will discover that persecution can lead to growth in the life of the Church.  Lawrie.

Singing in church but with masks – Eternity News

Caris – Doctor Conscience Rights Attacked by Activists – Human Rights Law Alliance

In Diwali, it’s time to remember the light of the world – Eternity News  

“Easy Eddie” and Butch O’Hare: Two Stories; One Lesson – Daily Declaration  

Erik Solheim on Twitter: “The Japanese  Puffer Fish is probably nature’s greatest artist  To grab a female’s attention he creates something that defies belief 

12 stumbling blocks to the Gospel for this generation – Australian Prayer Network  

Library: If you’d like to share what you’re reading/watching or request a resource from the library, send an email to Naomi.Feigl@gmail.com and Lawrie.Bool@gmail.com

Is the climate change debate over? – Eternity News  

John Anderson Direct: with Dr. Frank Furedi, Emeritus Professor of Sociology.  Frank outlines where he thinks our society has gone wrong – blindly focusing on ‘safety’, setting our children up to fail in multiple ways, replacing traditional morality, unduly growing the role of the state, feeding ‘scientism’, and much more. From Big Tech to our universities to Covid-19, no topics are off-limits.

Love Them As Yourself: A Journey Amongst Iranian Asylum Seekers – markdurie.com

Don’t water it down, Colin Buchanan urges in anti-slavery song – Eternity News

AP Article: Why Write to a Politician  

Do we get to choose what’s OK? – Daily Nudge  When killing is care …. What could possibly go wrong?  Euthanasia – ACL.