Tag Archives: Animal Christian Concern

Remembering the Fallen at War – Human and Animal

In the United States, today marks the day upon which Americans will honor the fallen at war.  Yet, how often during this day of remembrance will people think also of the animals that were part of our wars?  I would … Continue reading

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He Is Risen!

“On the first day of the week, very early in the morning, the women took the spices they had prepared and went to the tomb. 2 They found the stone rolled away from the tomb, 3 but when they entered, they did … Continue reading

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Sarx Creature Conference – Part Two

It seems like yesterday I was writing, excited to be leaving to fly to England for the Sarx Conference.  Here it is, ten days later, the event and the entire trip is over!  It was a marvelous conference!  Each and … Continue reading

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Sarx Creature Conference

I am excited tonight, as tomorrow, I will fly to England to attend the Sarx Creature Conference held March 18th in London!  I will meet Roslyne Smith and Marcello Newall for the first time!  We have been blogging together for … Continue reading

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The Bible and Animals, Part Two

We left off on Part One discussing some key points in scripture regarding: Are animals created to be our companions? Do animals have souls/spirits? We continue now with article 51 from our sister page, Animal Christian Concern.  More can be … Continue reading

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The Bible and Animals, Part One

Shepherding All God’s Creatures has a sister page, Animal Christian Concern.  ACC’s work in the United Kingdom began in 1985, founded by May Tripp and Co-founded by Roslyne Smith, one of the partners of Shepherding All God’s Creatures Blog and … Continue reading

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The Importance of Prayer and Fasting

So much in scripture is said about prayer.  One can determine from how often and in how many different ways God’s Word talks about prayer that it is pretty important.

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The Sheep Of His Pasture, Part Two

 “I AM The Good Shepherd; . . . and I lay down my LIFE for the sheep. I have other sheep that are not of this sheep pen. I must bring them also. They too will listen to my voice, … Continue reading

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What Is The Spirit Saying? Part Three

The Church at the Crossroads “This is what the Lord says: ‘Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls.’”       … Continue reading

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What Is The Spirit Saying? Part Two

Thy Kingdom Come, Thy Will Be Done “The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of His Christ”  (Revelation 11 v 15) We ended Part One of this blog post with the thought that to … Continue reading

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What Is The Spirit Saying? Part One

Since posting ‘Seven Words From The Cross’ and reading Kathy’s wonderful posts on ‘The Book Of Jonah’, various thoughts have come to mind about what God may be saying to His people; and I will endeavour to share them here.

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The Seven Words From The Cross, Part Two

Following last week’s Part One, here are some thoughts on the last five sentences spoken by Jesus from the Cross and how these can relate to His animal creation, as well as to humankind. As stated last week, this post … Continue reading

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The Seven Words From The Cross, Part One

The week preceding Easter, known as Holy Week, begins on Palm Sunday (13 April) and, for Christians, is a week of sombre reflection on the events preceding Jesus’ death: His triumphant entry into Jerusalem; His betrayal by Judas; His Last … Continue reading

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