Chaplain’s Letters

  • To be the Post-Pandemic Church - Dear Friends, Greetings in the precious name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. We are beginning to acknowledge the fact that the Pandemic which is adapting itself into an epidemic is here to stay for some more time and we need to learn to co-sojourn with that and learn to be the post-pandemic church... Continue Reading →
  • Nine Marks of Christian Leadership - Dear Colleagues, Greetings in the precious name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ!! April is an opportunity for us to take a closer look at the Passion of Christ and the mysteries and miracles around resurrection and the beyond. We travel this year through the meditation of the suffering of Christ in a context... Continue Reading →
  • Called to Care: The Distinctiveness of the Church at times like this - Dear Colleagues, The world is facing yet another unnecessary and unaffordable war. The far-reaching consequences of war is what human beings feign not to understand despite the tearful experiences of the past. Everyone knows all borders are arbitrary and if we start killing each other for the expansion of borders there would be nothing left... Continue Reading →
  • A Child Friendly Church: An Imperative Not an Option - Twelve Marks of a Child Friendly Church The health of a church can easily be gauged by the number of children who find themselves actively engaged in its life and ministry. An All-Age Church should always be sensitive to the children, lest the future present a bleak prognosis. We at ACF are blessed and privileged... Continue Reading →
  • Show Me Thy Way, O Lord. - Show me your ways O Lord and teach me your paths Psalm 25:4 Dear Friends I join you in thanking God for the gift of the new year 2022. It feels like getting out of the door on a snowy day in an unknown terrain. On the one side there is the excitement of the... Continue Reading →

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