risky for leaders to be honest with their people about their
temptations. That’s why most leaders don’t do it and why the temptations
of so many leaders end up getting the better of them, but not Jesus.
Not only was Jesus able to resist the very powerful temptations that he
experienced but he was honest and transparent about his very real
vulnerability to temptation.
Thanks to Jesus’ willingness to be vulnerable, we can know that he knows exactly what we’re going through and trust that he will be there for us when we struggle and even when we fail to resist temptation.
Listen to this Sunday’s message HERE
don’t forget to Spring Ahead
Daylight saving time starts this coming Sunday, March 8 at 3 a.m.
Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead on Saturday, and of course … go to be a little earlier than usual 🙂
Give the Gift of Health
Diocesan efforts will help bring a mobile medical clinic to the Diocese of Ho, Ghana
Canadians living a comfortable life here, the statistics are frankly
staggering. In our companion Diocese of Ho, in Ghana, West Africa, the
life expectancy of males is 42. For women it’s 65.
The infant mortality rate is shocking: of 100 babies born, 13.5 die.
In the Volta region, within which the diocese is located, two-thirds of the population live in rural areas, where health care is not accessible.
Read more HERE