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Prayer Newsletter January 2018

Prayer Letter January 2018

A very Happy New Year to all of our prayer supporters! This is our prayer for you for 2018;

"I pray that out of the riches of His glory, He may strengthen you with power through His Spirit in your inner being, so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith. And I pray that you, being rooted and grounded in love, may have power, together with all the saints, to comprehend the length and width and height and depth of His love, and to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge, that you may be filled with all the fullness of God." Ephesians 3:16-19

Prayer Points:

  • As we embark on a New Year we take time to thank God for all he has done in the CLCGB in 2017 and for how he has been with us and guided us. We pray that 2018 would be a year that would see many children going deeper in their relationship with God and many coming to know him for the first time. We pray that we would remember to always keep Jesus in the centre of our plans and that he would not let us run ahead of Him but would go before us.
  • As our Young Leaders from the 1st and 3rd battalion area complete their training course this month with a social outing please join with us in thanking God for these young people coming up through the organisation with a desire to serve him. We pray that they would continue to grow in their relationship with him and that he would continue to equip them for their company roles.
  • As our Regimental Staff and Battalion Staff meet in various areas this month we pray for wisdom in their decisions and guidance for their plans.
  • Please pray for Drogheda company who have had a fantastic start to their new company but are at times struggling for enough leaders, we pray that God would bring forward some help for them and that he would encourage and strengthen the existing leaders who are working so hard.
  • Please pray for our Deputy Commanding Officer and First Aid Officer John Williams and his wife Lynn. Lynn has not been well over Christmas and your prayers would be appreciated. Please pray for me as I carry out school assemblies throughout Northern Ireland this month, pray that God would use me and that we would see lots of new members joining our groups as a result of these assemblies.

Thank you for your continued prayers for the CLCGB

Victoria Jackson

If you have any prayer points which you would like to be included in next months prayer letter please email me at: victoriajackson@clcgb.org.uk  To download a copy to keep with you click the following link:  pdf Prayer Letter January 2018 (462 KB)

Christmas wishes from NHQ

      

After a year full of adventure, fun and hard work, we hope you have a well-deserved rest over the Christmas season.

Thank you for the time, energy and support you give to the CLCGB and for the joy you spread not only at Christmas but throughout the year, as you touch the lives of others in the work you do.

National Headquarters would like to send a special greeting filled with gratitude and wish you every joy of the season all the best for a wonderful and exciting 2018 and a BIG Thank you for volunteering! 

Audrey Simm, Zoe Palmer, Helen Altree, Perry Gunn, Victoria Jackson, Jason Greenwood, Angela Palmer x x x x


 

 

 

 

 

Sir Hamish Forbes Award

Every year, the "Sir Hamish Forbes Award" is presented to the CLCGB Company with the largest percentage growth in membership. The winning Company receives a certificate and a cheque for £100!

This year's winner will be based on the membership numbers as at New Year's Eve, so please make sure your BMS is up-to-date! The winning Company will be announced at the end of January.

Previous winners are:
2014 – Parish Carnmoney Girls
2015 – St Luke’s Ushaw Moor
2016 - St Cuthbert’s Miles Platting

The money was kindly provided by the CLCGB Association on their closure. Sir Hamish Forbes was a previous President of the Association. A factsheet can be downloaded by clicking the following link:  pdf Sir Hamish Forbes (88 KB)