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We are grateful this month of September for Lift Up Your Hearts Devotional contributions from Barbara Gauthier in US.

Barbara Gauthier’s passion is to see others come to a fuller knowledge of Jesus Christ through a deeper understanding of the Scriptures and how they have been lived out and expressed in the Church over time. Barbara holds a PhD in French from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, with additional training in Latin and Classical Greek. Over the past sixteen years, she has taught Latin, Classical and Koine Greek at the Greenhouse Co-School in Wheaton, IL. She also provides catechetical training alongside her husband, Stephen, who is the Canon Theologian for the ACNA, Diocese of the Upper Midwest. Barbara also spends her time mentoring women and conducts a women’s weekly Bible study. She has also taught seminars on Irenaeus and other early Church Fathers.

Thank you, Barbara, for your service and commitment to see Christ proclaimed faithfully.

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14th December 2020
DEVASTATING NEWS How would you react, to a medical checkup report that reveal that your illness is terminal?
11th December 2020
GOD IN OUR DISTRESS All including young children today pray and long for a time when we shall be free from Covid-19, healed from many other diseases and in peace.
10th December 2020
KINGDOM OF RIGHTEOUSNESS We all long for a just society and governments in our nations led by people with integrity.
9th December 2020
ALLEGIANCE AND TRUST IN GOD What do we rely on for security and guidance in our daily lives?
8th December 2020
In our previous Advent devotions 1-6, we attempted to answer introductory questions related to Advent namely: What, When, Why Advent, how it is arranged, its main themes, and “How the Old Testament...
7th December 2020
Today we begin with the question; “How are the Old Testament and New Testament readings related in Advent?” The first obvious relationship is that both The Old and The New Testaments is the inspired...
4th December 2020
Today we begin with the question: “How is Advent Season arranged?” Advent is arranged in such a way as to balance the two theme elements of remembrance and anticipation. The first two weeks look...
3rd December 2020
Today we begin with the question; “What are the main themes in Advent?” During Advent, the Church’s two main themes are; 1. Preparation for the celebration of the first coming of our Lord Jesus...
2nd December 2020
Today we begin with the question: “Why Advent?" Advent is an important season for us Christians. It is a season that gives us an opportunity to prepare appropriately for the celebration of the first...
1st December 2020
Today we begin with the question: "When is Advent season?” Advent season begins on Sunday that falls between November 27th and December 3rd and ends on 24th December each year. Advent 2020 begins on...
30th November 2020
We begin our Advent devotions by asking and attempting to answer some introductory background questions during our first week of the Advent season. Today we begin with the question “What is Advent?"
27th November 2020
“So then neither is he that planteth any thing, neither he that watereth; but God that giveth the increase.” - 1 Corinthians 3:7. To be an Anglican is to be a church planter. This may sound odd;...
26th November 2020
In his classic work on Christian community, German pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer speaks of the “privilege” of “visible fellowship” among Christians. He writes: “It is by the grace of God...
25th November 2020
It was early April. Our family of four huddled inside our New York City apartment, learning, pastoring, and teaching in new ways online. As we sat at our screens, the sound and flash of ambulance...
24th November 2020
As Jesus ascended into heaven after this resurrection, he declared the words which have become known as the Great Commission: “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore...
23rd November 2020
Thanksgiving, for the church, is a matter of life and death; except that the order is reversed: death precedes life, and life flows from death.
20th November 2020
“What is your only comfort in life and in death?” This penetrating question begins the much beloved Heidelberg Catechism and directs our thoughts to what matters. What do we find our ultimate comfort...
19th November 2020
“Do not quench the Spirit. Do not despise prophecies, but test everything; hold fast what is good. Abstain from every form of evil.” (1 Thessalonians 5:19–22, ESV).


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