Your prayer makes a difference. Thank you for your faithfulness in prayer. The Magdalene Project was founded on prayer and remains dependent on prayer.
Celebrate with us God’s goodness and faithfulness to us in this 20th year from Magdalene’s beginnings to continuing to meet present day needs This summer has been distinctive for The Magdalene Project.
At this busy time of year we can be distracted from the real reason of this joyful season with the glitter, tinsel and commercial trappings. But as Christians we gaze with awe and wonder at the divine and fully human Presence of the Christ Child, and celebrate His love, peace and Hope for the world. We like the Shepherds are invited to come and worship, and make room in our hearts this Christmas and to honour Him as Lord and Saviour of our lives. May He do a miracle in your heart so that you can receive all He wants to impart to you and see glimpses of His glory that surprise and bless you.
It feels right to bring to you again words from an earlier prayer letter to bring encouragement and hope.
When we’ve been praying together recently deep-felt gratefulness to God for his faithfulness to The Magdalene Project in meeting need through the years has been a constant theme, alongside the thought that each of us is God’s Restoration Project.
We have sometimes simply rested before God in the prayer time, and drawn on his strength, his encouragement, his hope. We’ve also been acknowledging the Lord’s goodness in meeting Magdalene’s needs, both practical and financial, and meeting the needs of those accessing the Project for support.
Thank you so much for your prayerful support of The Magdalene Project.
We appreciate you.
Your prayer makes a difference. We see answers to prayer in people’s lives being restored, step by step.
Join us if you can on the 3rd Thursday each month 9.30am.
Recently I listened to‘Thought for the Day’ on the radio when Revd Dr Sam Wells was thinking about ‘waste’. I particularly listened for approaches to our own inner waste-places, those parts of our self or our life experience that we struggle with or reject, He describes waste as not just a practical issue but represents everything in our lives we don’t have a place for or don’t know what to do with: maybe part of our personal history we consider a waste, a decision or choice we made that we regret, a year at college doing the wrong course, a relationship that didn’t develop in the way we had hoped, or an apprenticeship or job with an employer who is a bullying swindler!!