South Tamil Nadu Churches comprising Nagercoil Tirunelveli Tuticorin Madurai Theni and Dindigul regularly organize leadership conferences once in 3 months in different locations for the young and married leaders, upcoming leaders and family Group leaders to be equipped in serving God and to keep the mission focused. This time Madurai Church hosted the conference titled “Equipped to Serve” in their newly built Church Hall on Monday of October 23rd 2023. Small group Leaders and upcoming trainees travelled from their cities to Madurai on their own expenses to empower themselves with the fellowship and learning from each other. The hall was filled with energetic youngsters and enthusiastic leaders. Very exciting to have Chennai leaders join us for the first time. They were a special treat to watch & listen to. The meeting started with the Choir team leading some inspirational worship songs to help us connect with God and glorify Him in the beginning followed by a fabulous spot dan
Sis.Mangayarkarasi. Reena’s mother was going through a difficult health condition with her terminal cancer. She had been admitted in the hospital often for her health issues. But after a long perseverance she understood its best & better to surrender to God and accepted Jesus as her Lord.. Long time prayer answered for Reena's family & Coimbatore church. People come to Jesus at the perfect time till that let us persevere without giving up. Sis.Kamala & her children Sis.Kamala from Tuticorin Church. God’s instant answer for her prayer for her dad to walk 3 days after his leg injured accident had inspired her to know Jesus more. She started trusting God and having faith in Christ. Sadly she lost her husband 3 months back which made her more lonely and along with losing her identity in the society as a widow. taking care of 2 children will be the huge task in front of her. She decided to believe God more and took a bold decision to step up for faith in Jesus Christ
SPIRITUAL RENOVATION Fresh thoughts about following Jesus You need to forgive and move on. Right? Or maybe it’s actually very wrong. Someone has said terrible things to you, accused you, treated you harshly, possibly spiritually abused you in a church setting and now you are being told to forgive your perpetrator, because, … you know, forgiveness is what Christians are supposed to do. This scenario has played out on more than one occasion . It’s common! So how to deal with it when it comes your way? The first thing to recognize is that this kind of language is very simply an extension of the original abuse. It is a simple bid to excise the perpetrator from any repentance or restorative action. It’s a lot easier to trundle out these seven words than to perform any serious introspection. Hey, if it works five times out of ten it’s worth it. If it works one time out of ten it’s still worth it. Avoiding accountability for actions has a big payoff. But, holy smokes… the carnage. The damage.