”Give thanks to God. Call out his name. Ask him anything! Shout to the nations, tell them what he’s done, spread the news of his great reputation!” – Isaiah 12v5
We often sing of what a mighty God we serve, we read it to one another in Psalms, we proclaim it on twitter and facebook and to our friends; and in the doing of this, we often need to stop and reflect on exactly Who’s Name we proclaim.
The King of Kings.
He is the One Who created this entire universe, and then stooped down, rolled up His sleeves, and got dirty to make us, the most intimate part of His creation.
This is the same King Whom we, as SCO Comm of 2011/2012 together with the larger SCO society, have set out to proclaim as Jesus. “Make Jesus King”. This has been the mantra of SCO for years now, and although the wording of the motto has changed recently (see Notice Board for more details), this is still the resounding cry of our hearts.
Our theme and vision for the year, “Manifesting the Kingdom of God”, has been centered around honouring this same God Whom we all know to be Yahweh, mighty to save, all-knowing, compassionate, Saviour…
We hope that you will remember God, the greatness of His majesty, and be encouraged through and through. This Walk is no small matter, and though our task has been to honour so great a King; as His unworthy subjects we yet cry out:
“Behold, God, my salvation! I will trust and not be afraid, for the Lord God is my strength and song; yes, He has become my salvation.” (Isaiah 12v2, Amplified Bible)
Please see below photos from our recent Women’s Week, which saw us feature the likes of Ps Debbie Sloane and Thando Gwabeni as our guest speakers. We were also privileged enough to host a Talk Show, discussing the theme, “Seek Him continually, serve Him faithfully, and share Him”. The Saturday of the Week saw the Women’s Ministry embark on a boat cruise and beach trip. Well done on an excellent Week ladies!
Thank you for supporting the Comm of 2011/2012. God be with you all even as you support the incoming leadership.
Yours in Christ,