Songs of the Servant
As we approach the Passion of our Lord Jesus in April, we will be focusing on the ‘Servant Songs’ of Isaiah that describe the service, suffering and exaltation of the servant of the Lord, the Messiah. In the ever-growing clear vision of the Messiah, Isaiah introduces Yahweh's Servant (42:1-4; 49:1-6; 50:4-9; 52:13-53:12) who most scholars agree points to Jesus Himself.
Why is there suffering?
ON SITE: New series called ‘Blueprints’, starting February 21.
For 4 weeks we will look at God’s plan for our lives and learn that we can trust God’s plans for us no matter what.
ON LINE: New series called ‘Why is there suffering?’, starting March 7.
The Bible gives us answers to our questions about pain and suffering. We won’t always know why people suffer but what we can know for sure is that God is always good, God is always loving and God is always in control.
Message From Our Pastor
Our sincere desire is that our website will help you to discover more about who we are and what we do. In these pages we trust you will encounter our love for God and people from all walks of life. You will gain insights into the ministries and activities that enable us to accomplish our vision as displayed above.
If you are not already part of a local church, we invite you to join us at any of our Sunday services and consider making Willows your spiritual home. Feel free to contact us regarding anything you see on our website. We look forward to welcoming you!
God bless you,
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Acting as Willows’ community change agent, we are helping one person at a time by serving the most vulnerable of people’s groups over the last 7 years in Southern Africa.
While improving the quality of nutrition in communities victimised by poverty and creating conducive learning environments for kids, we also improve basic living conditions to restore dignity and build sustainable futures with impactful intervention. Our programme priorities include:
- Orphans and Vulnerable Children
- Community Upliftment
- Skills Development
- Early Childhood Development