Chronicles quarter 2 2015

Welcome to a quick run down on the exciting events that have taken place in the Islington Community over the last 3 months!

 

 Government

For the month of April the component Government was presented by Ade and Pelumi.

The fellowship continued on with their exploration of the nations that sprung from Arphaxad the grandson of Noah. A great month which included detailed presentations on government and the influence of King Ur Nammu one of the first law givers documented in history. “The process of doing the presentation caused us to be diligent in conveying the message of Kingdom citizenship. We looked at government and the importances of it from both a historical and Kingdom perspective” Presenter Ade O.

 

  

Citizenship

 

The month of Citizenship in May was presented by Jokae and Chioma.

This month was quite an enjoyable one for the citizens as they learned about life in Babylon under King Nebuchadnezzar. They studied to show themselves approved in understanding The Chaldean Empire and participated in games which activated their citizenship. “This month was prepared with a real desire to provide the citizens with an understanding of citizenship from the perspective of the Chaldeans in ancient Babylon” Presenter Jokae. They had such a great time as they engaged and explored what citizenship was like in New Babylonian.

This month also consisted of an open forum on male and female communication. This was a very important session for the citizens as they discussed the differences between both sexes and what this means for relationships in the Kingdom.

 

 

Culture

 

The month of June was presented by Esther and Mameyaa and brought to the fellowship a fun packed month with great insight into the Chaldean culture in Babylon. “Preparing for culture encompasses all the previous presentations into one. It allows the citizens to begin to think how the culture was of the Chaldeans” Presenter Esther S. The citizens learned of the history and importance of astronomy and religion in this era and its influence on modern times. They played fun games and were tested in their knowledge on Kingdom Culture.

 

Keep an eye out for a fantastic few months ahead as the fellowship prepare for “Discover Citizenship” a major event this year. It's going to be great!

Jokae

Jokae serves as a deacon in the Islington fellowship. A social housing professional, Jokae supports the ministries reach strategy by leading the co-ordination of internal/external communications, digital campaigns and article publishing.

 

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