‘The cross is the victory; the resurrection is the triumph. The resurrection is the public display of the victory, the triumph of the crucified one.’ – Leon Morris Easter is the most important celebration for Christians and an event we look forward to each year. It is a time of remembrance and
Today we want to thank all of you who support the work of New Beginnings! We received official communication Nbs primary school has been ranked in 9th position out of 143 in the district. These wonderful children mostly coming from deprived backgrounds hit the headlines with their hard work and
From everyone at New Beginnings we would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year. We are thankful for each and every one who contributed to the life and work of New Beginnings in the past year whether big or small, and we pray you continue to support us in the years to
What is thankfulness? Thankfulness is being conscious of benefits we’ve received; expressive of thanks; well pleased – glad. These are all examples of the dictionary definitions of thankfulness. Thanksgiving—the giving of thanks—to our God for all His blessings. This should be one of the
If you follow us on social media, you will know that some volunteers recently made a trip to New Beginnings to complete many important tasks. We were delighted that the group had a highly productive visit, despite the short duration of their trip. The group returned to Northern Ireland in high
On 12th April we celebrate the lives of street children and highlight the efforts to have their rights respected and their needs met in a caring and respectful manner. The Collins Dictionary definition of a street child reads as follows, ” Street children are homeless children who live
Hello followers, welcome to our first-ever blog post! Blogging is a new venture for us so we are very excited to communicate with our supporters in this way. We hope to post roughly once every month so keep an eye out for our updates. Our first post is dedicated to sharing the recent happenings
This is John. John is Nakato’s twin! Nakato & John’s father abandoned their mother when she became pregnant.
This is Rose. Rose and her two siblings, John and Agnes, were living in poverty after their house was burnt to the ground.
This is Moses. Moses and his 3 siblings were staying with their Mother but they had no permanent residence and became homeless