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Dear Friends,


We cannot believe we are in 2018. The time flies!


We trust this year will be very special for all of us. It is 5778 in Hebrew calendar, the year of New Beginnings in your life, in your family, at your work, in your ministry.


If you are in the darkest hour, do not be discouraged.  Probably all of you read or heard a story about Naomi. She was in a foreign country Moab, lost her husband, her sons. She had nothing to offer to her daughters-in-law. In Ruth chapter 1:13 she said not to come with her to Judea, because their life may be as miserable and bitter as hers.


When she and one of her daughters-in-law Ruth had come to Bethlehem, all the city was excited, saying, “Is this Naomi?” Her reply was not to call her Naomi, or “pleasant” in Hebrew, but to call her Mara, meaning “bitter”. Can you imagine how she felt about herself, her life, her future? But once she got back to the right place, the Law of Redemption began to go into operation. Her daughter-in-law Ruth got married to Boaz, Naomi’s inheritance was redeemed, the grandchild Obed was born, who was the grandfather of David.


In Ruth 4:15,16 (NKJV) we read a New Beginning Story in Naomi’s life: “Then the women said to Naomi, “Blessed be the Lord, who has not left you this day without a close relative; and may His name be famous in Israel! May he be to you a restorer of life and a nourisher of your old age; for your daughter-in-law, who loves you, who is better to you than seven sons, has borne him.” Then Naomi took the child and laid him on her bosom, and became a nurse to him.”

Naomi had had a rough life, but now she was restored through the new life she held in her hands.


The story doesn’t end with Naomi holding this new-born baby. Years later a baby would be born in Bethlehem, who purchased our redemption, not with money, but with His life. Jesus died on the Cross to make us free. He paid the debt that we could not pay for ourselves, and He died so that we might live. “For God did not appoint us to wrath, but to obtain salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ, who died for us, that whether we wake or sleep, we should live together with Him. therefore comfort each other and edify one another, just as you also are doing.” 1 Thessalonians 5:10 (NKJV)


God is willing to redeem all who desire His redemption. He is willing to redeem your life and bring you a new hope. As He made a way for Naomi, Jesus will make a way for you too.


Hope you will enjoy the song "He Made a Way" by Travis Greene. Please click it here



Things to Do in London

We all love spring. Who doesn’t? The day becomes longer, everything is in bloom, the weather is warmer, we can do more outdoor activities. If you would like to share why you love spring, please send us an email and share it on our Facebook page. We would love to hear from you.


Here are some things you can do in March in London:


At Kew Gardens’ there is an annual Orchids Festival taking place until Sunday 11th March 2018, inspired by traditional and modern Thai culture. Come and enjoy the day celebrating Thailand, with Thai umbrellas, and walk though beautiful arches and tunnels decorated with rare orchids.


It’s always great to visit gardens in London, although the weather may still be quite cold. Here are our favourites: the Kensington Palace Gardens, Kew Gardens, Hampton Court Palace Gardens, Buckingham Palace Gardens, Eltham Palace.


On Sunday 11th of March, there will be the annual Head of the River Race rowing event, scheduled to start at 10.15am, which attracts more than 400 national and international crews every year, all competing for first place, in front of a large crowd of spectators there to encourage them. Hope you will be able to attend. The good spots to watch are: Chiswick Bridge, Barnes Bridge, or watch them approach from the Hammersmith Bridge. Take a look at the map of the race course


On Sunday 18th March watch St Patrick’s Day performances by well-known Irish acts, rising stars and special guests in Trafalgar Square. Enjoy traditional and modern Irish food from the market, and special family activities for free. The annual London St Patrick's Day Parade makes its way down Piccadilly from 12pm, on a 1.5-mile (2.4km) route, passing some of London’s most iconic landmarks, including The Ritz, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square and onto Whitehall.


Christians Events in London

A conference for ladies coming up in the beginning of March.

From Friday 2nd March 9am till Saturday 3rd March 3pm there will be a conference called, Women of the Frontlines – London 2018 with Patricia King, Brandi Belt, Preethy Kurian. This is a unique opportunity to spend time together and getting mentored to fulfil your destiny. Here is the link.


On Sunday 4th March from 1pm till 2pm Megan Daffern will teach on Songs of the Spirit at St. Paul's Cathedral. She will explore some of what she has learnt from studying, translating and praying these extraordinary songs of hope, challenge and wisdom.


On Thursday 8th of March from 6:45pm till 9pm a night of prayer, worship and prophetic encounter in Holy Trinity Brompton Church. Kingdom Come is a way of lifting the name of Jesus high and praying that His kingdom would come on earth in response to the cry of the united body of Christ.


On Thursday 22nd March from 9.30am till 5pm a Healing and Impartation Conference organised by Lighthouse London with Randy Clark as a guest speaker, be held at HTB Brompton London.


On Saturday 24th March from 5pm till 8pm, Vision for Israel invites you to a Special Passover Moriah Gathering in London. Your loving Father wants to take you… From Bondage to Freedom. Please register here.


On Saturday 18th March from 1-4pm – Christian Persecution in China with special guest Bob Fu at St Michael's church Chester Square near Victoria station London from 1-4pm. Tickets cost £5 in advance or £10 on the door.

Christians in China are being persecuted for their love of Jesus. Churches are being torn down, leaders are being attacked and arrested. If you have time, please come and hear Bob Fu’s story and about our brothers’ and sisters’ genuine faith in God in very difficult circumstances. "Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness sake..." Matthew 5:10.



Easter Services

On Good Friday 30th March at 12 noon and 3.15pm watch a spectacular full-scale performance of the Passion of Jesus, featuring 100 performers, for free. This event takes place in Trafalgar Square on Good Friday.



Westminster Abbey The thousand year old Abbey has services all of Holy Week, on Good Friday at 12 noon At the Cross, a Good Friday meditation with readings and hymns and at 3pm Solemn Liturgy of the Passion and Death of Our Lord. On Holy Saturday at 3pm Evensong and 8pm Vigil and First Eucharist of Easter.


The Highbury Centre News

As a team, we are doing all right.


Anna and Orsi from Hungary left in the beginning of January 2018. We always have changes of staff in our house. It’s sad to see them go. ☹


We welcomed two amazing ladies from Spain, Aida and Deborah. We hope you will meet them when you come  to stay at our house.


We always highly appreciate if you kindly take a few minutes to give us your impression of our Guest House and any suggestions you may have. It helps us a lot to see where we are and what we can change that you could feel more like at home here. You can do it through Facebook or Trip Advisor, or send us a Feedback Form through the website which is only read by us. Thank you.


Hope to see you this year at our house and hear your story of what the Lord is doing in your life!


May you see New Beginnings, God’s Kingdom demonstration and His Redemption this year!


“Do not remember the former things, nor consider the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing, now it shall spring forth; shall you not know it? I will even make a road in the wilderness and rivers in the desert." Isaiah 43:18-19 (NKJV). 

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