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Many of you learning group members are aware of the ongoing strategic review of Space for Grace. We are very grateful to all of you who have responded to the survey and participated in interviews. We…Continue
Dear all,This comment was submitted by Professor David Kodia, a CORAT Africa Associate, after reading the papers written by Dr. William Ogara in the November letter.You are all welcome to…Continue
Two members sent comments to the October letter - Exit Gracefully, see below. You are all welcome to share your reaction to the monthly letters or weekly blogs by contacting us on…Continue
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By Beena George
After so many years I was passing along that highway again - a road I used to travel so often during my college days. I used to wait for a spectacular sight: parallel to the road, there was a huge river that flowed gently and majestically. On the other side there was a canal, carrying water to the distant rural land. Unlike other canals, this one was almost always flowing. I felt so happy for the canal. It was the sole instrument of making an otherwise drought-prone…Continue
By Priya Ashvita Raj Kumar
Jerk ... jerk.. bump... bump. It was stiflingly hot. We were covered in dust and perspiration. My husband, two year old daughter and I were jostling around in a car, on our way to a remote village in Assam, India. We were going to evaluate a project focussing on peace and development among the tribals who had previously suffered ethnic violence. After hours of exhausting travel, we eventually reached the village. The car stopped and we surrounded by…Continue
By Nigel Ring
Jesus said to him, “No one who puts his hand to the plough and looks back is fit for the kingdom of God.”
That’s such a challenging statement by Jesus. It’s so easy to lose focus on what’s most important, even vital. If you are like me, you can be quickly distracted from your main task. We are surrounded by distractions. These seem to grow daily as we are accosted by information technology and the demands of the world.
Personally I find the greatest…Continue
People have found the regular Weekly Thoughts from the Space for Grace learning group really helpful in making office prayers more interesting. It has helped them establish a healthier spiritual rhythm at work. So we picked out 52 of these Weekly Thoughts and made a booklet for you!
Staff prayers should be a time of spiritual refreshment, an opportunity to connect…