Wednesday, 30 January 2008


We have had some difficulty with the Internet here
over the last couple of days. As a result we have not been able to update the blog site.

On Sunday Mike spoke at the morning service on board the ship. We looked at the Ephesians 6 and the importance of being strong in the Lord and the power of his might. Then on Monday morning Mike spoke at the ship devotions from Philippines chapter 3. He asked about our mission this week. Paul wrote to the Philippian church that his mission was to know Christ, the power of his resurrection and the fellowship is suffering. If mission this week is to know Christ then his character will impact our attitude, talk and behaviour. We will have an opportunity to grow in many areas.

This morning devotions was led by Jonathan McCrostie. He shared of his experience of grace in leadership and spoke about devotion to Christ in whatever limiting situations that we find ourselves in. Jonathan is a paraplegic. He has had to use a wheel chair for the last 25 years. He emphasised the importance of being addicted and devoted to Jesus in the midst of all that we do. We sensed that God was speaking directly into our lives as we continue to worship Christ through the work that we do on the ship.

A number of teams from the logos hope have had opportunity this week to serve the ministries with the homeless in Kiel. We pray that relationships will be built that will have a transformational impact on the lives of the homeless in the city.

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