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We sorted through the poems and listed here what we felt were the better ones.
Reaching Out
It is so important to maintain our friendships, and to nurture them. And we must continue to nurture them, lest they may atrophy.

Accord of Three Strands finalist in poetry contest
Based on the scriptures found in The Purpose-Driven Life - Day 18. Two are better than one, because together they can work effectively. If one of them falls down, the other can help him up. A rope made of three cords is hard to break. Ecclesiastes 4:9-12

Morning Devotion
Greeting the new day with words of worship for the Creator.

Heartbeat Questions
Simple moments in a garden against a backdrop of the powerful resurrection. Often we don't hear God's voice or recognise him in our life as we are focused on grief, pain, expectations of what God should be doing or can't do - and then He meets us!

Best Laid Plans finalist in poetry contest
God has a remarkable way of producing life from death. He creates a calm in the midst of calamity and is able to bring about a blessing in the turmoil of disaster.

Be Careful finalist in poetry contest
This is a poem about the masks we wear -- those which help to keep us safe from Corona Virus and also all the other masks we wear which separate us from other people.

The Art of Brotherly Love second in poetry contest
Based on the scriptures found in "The Purpose-Driven Life" - Day 19. Starting with James 3:18 - You can develop a healthy, robust community that lives right with God and enjoy its results only if you do the hard work of getting along with each other. . .

Between
The time between Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday seems to ebb in flow a different reality that seems closer to human life. A mix of grief and wonderment, pain and celebration, waiting and ready to move on.

The Man in the middle finalist in poetry contest
I put myself at the foot of the cross, being transformed by the power of His love. How some can receive His love and forgiveness and how some don't. Luke23:26-49.

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