During times of uncertainty when things seem often drear…
We have lost too many of our young people because of violent crime
On Thursday 13th August 2020, the Nicholas Stewart Project held their annual community fun day on the Henry Prince Estate
The difference between violent crimes and Covid-19 pandemic is – you can generally see what crimes are being committed, but the virus is not visible.
If you’re a peacemaker, peace will come back to you, if you go looking for trouble, trouble will seek you out, if you set out to harm others it will come back to you; it may not be today or tomorrow, but it will come right back at you.
Dearly Beloved, people on a whole have been experiencing some trying times…. Many people have recently lost loved ones; for some, their loved ones are in critical condition in hospital or in nursing homes.
It is reported in the media that the crime rate has decreased immensely. Whilst we welcome the good news, Covid-19 has taken the place of violent crimes.
Some weeks ago, I found myself tossing and turning in my bed, I couldn’t sleep…. another mother and family were mourning.
Greetings families and friends, it’s another year when most families gather together for the festive season.
Dear Lord please remember our young people in a special way. Please remember those who have been offending, those who the enemy has used to do his evils and to take another person’s life.