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Christ Still Reigns 11.5 Years on

1 Sep

HQ Audio recordings of the ‘Christ Still Reigns’ praise night back in 2000 are now available online. Each part is ~40mins and ~25mb

Part 1  Right Click to Download 

Part 2  Right Click to Download 

 

Samples

Psalm 148 Right Click to Download

Psalm 85  Right Click to Download 

KEEP CALM and CARRY ON

12 Aug

 

 

 

 

 

How should we as Christians react to this week’s threats and fears? What do we do when society breaks down and the gospel seems powerless? KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!

YAW Weekend 2011

10 Aug

The application form for CY/Over 18s/Young Adults’ Weekend is available below. It goes down 16-18 September at Mullartown House, Annalong. Rev. David Sutherland is speaking on Jesus’ parables, with special guests Rev. David McCullough and Rev. Robert Robb doing seminars on spiritual gifts. Hard to argue with that lineup. Also, it’s always sunny that weekend. £35 is the cost if you book before August 27th. So click on the green words below and print the form, or, even better, save trees and email Lynda Bell with your details. Be there, or be a regular quadrilateral.

YAW form 2011

Airdrie Go-Team, Sunday Psalm.

27 Apr

I’m sure one of the two Another King writers who were officially on the Airdrie Go-Team will post a full report  in the rear future. In the meantime and to whet your appetite, here is a recording of Psalm 98B from morning worship of the Go-Team Sunday.

The singing on Sunday was fantastic, due in no small part to a what was probably the largest attendance at a regular worship service in Airdrie for 50 years.

Ranger than Fiction – Renwick grab late draw

29 Mar

Renwick 2-2 Donegal Rangers

Renwick battled hard to earn a respectable 2-2 draw with title-chasing Donegal Rangers on Wednesday at Cherryvale. In a pre-season friendly Renwick dispatched Rangers 9-3, but the Donegal lads had improved immensely since that defeat, and matched the team in blue in nearly every department.

Renwick drew first blood, after coming close on several occasions through Devenney, Cromie and Peoples. Hawthorne picked up the ball and drove into the box, before squaring to allow Chris Carson to tap in for his first of this season. Donegal pulled level before half-time however, as a long Ball eluded Smith and Hanna, and their striker finished off the post.

Rangers took the lead midway through the second half, Renwick paying the price for losing possession in midfield. McCullough responded by changing to a 3-4-3, indulging his captain with a role as a left-sided tornero, and pushing Smith up front. Mark Porter can count himself extremely unlucky not to have scored with a fierce half-volley which the opposition keeper acrobatically saved. The tactical changes eventually paid off, albeit indirectly, with five minutes to go, as Hanna’s inswinging corner found Smith, who duly headed in. The match ended in controversy, as Rangers were denied strong claims for a penalty. The Donegal players surrounded ref Cromie, who was forced to dismiss the opposition right-back for re-enacting Paolo Di Canio’s push on Paul Alcock.

All in all, it was a creditable point for Renwick, as they battled hard all over the pitch. Fallows, Hawthorne and Smith all impressed, but the Man of the Match award this week goes to Andy McKelvey, who worked his socks off for 90 minutes, going to war for every loose ball, and driving forward out of midfield to support the attack.

Renwick (4-4-2): McCullough; Fallows, Smith, Hanna, R McKelvey; Cromie R, A McKelvey, Hawthorne, Carson; Peoples, Devenney. Subs: Throne, Porter.

There will be no photos this week after the transfer of said pictures to my laptop was messed up by Ben, who shall remain nameless. But here’s some choice pics from the games with Bayer Neverlusen and Cytokine Storm to look at with your eyes:




Renwick Dinner 2011

24 Mar

Each year Renwick House FC, the residents of Renwick and other friends get together for an end of season dinner. The 2011 Renwick Dinner will be held on Monday 4th April at Barnabys restaurant near Ballyclare. The cost will be £20 (paid on the night), this covers food, room hire and everything else. There will be a three course meal with tea and coffee served afterwards. You need to select what you will be having in advance and tell James McCullough by Monday 28th March at the latest.

Menu:

Starters
Vegetable Broth
Prawn Cocktail
Breaded Mushrooms
Melon

Main Courses (All served with roast potato, potato and two veg)
Roast Beef
Grilled Irish Gamon with Peach
Sear Chicken Breast with Leek and Bacon Sauce
Fresh Chargrilled Salmon

Desserts
Pavalova
Banoffee
Malteaser Cheesecake
A selection of Mauds icecream

Tea and Coffee will be served afterwards.

The 2011 Renwick FC Awards will be presented at this event by Renwick FC legends Philip Dunwoody, Mark McCavery and Steven McCollum. However, this event is not just for members of the team, everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.

See photos from last year’s event here:
http://anotherking.com/2010/04/30/renwick-football-dinner-2010/

Renwick Immune To Cytokine Storm

17 Mar

Renwick battled to a satisfying 3-2 victory over the in-form Cytokine Storm at Cherryvale on Wednesday, although the win was somewhat overshadowed by an injury to midfielder Phil Aicken. Striker Adam Devenney made his first appearance since the Jonny McCollum Memorial Cup, and was partnered in attack by his cousin Peoples.

With kick-off delayed due to the late arrival of “a potentially fatal immune reaction consisting of a positive feedback loop between cytokines and immune cells” (Wikipedia), the match was curtailed to 80 minutes, and in the end this proved a blessing for McCullough’s charges. Renwick started brightly, and raced into a three-goal lead inside 20 minutes. Firstly, Devenney latched onto a flick-on from his cousin, raced clear and lobbed the keeper perfectly, the ball nestling in the bottom corner. He then doubled his tally, holding off his marker before finishing across the keeper, fed again by Peoples. The third goal came after Cromie Robert outpaced the opposition left-back, and his cross found Andrew McKelvey free in the box to score his first of the season. It was a physical contest, and tackles were flying in on both sides, with Aicken the victim of a particularly nasty two-footed challenge. Despite this, Renwick looked comfortable, and restricted their opponents to long-range efforts. However, just before half-time, one of these speculative strikes found the top corner, leaving McCullough well beaten.

The second period began much as the first ended, with Renwick withstanding pressure and defending on their 18-yard line. Five minutes in, Storm reduced the deficit to one with another goal from outside the box, again leaving McCullough powerless to stop it. There was a lengthy pause soon after, as Aicken was caught as he went past the opposition’s left midfielder. It was clear that something was amiss, and after the final whistle he made a trip to A&E, with a lengthy absence seeming likely. The break in play meant Storm lost their momentum, and although they continued to pressurise, the Renwick defence held firm to see out a gratifying 3-2 win.

All in all, it was an encouraging performance from Renwick, against a team challenging for the Super League title. Having raced into an early lead, they defended resolutely, and can count themselves unlucky to have conceded two wonder goals. Devenney looked sharp up front, and showed no ill-effects from his recurring hamstring problems. Andrew McKelvey bossed the midfield, and his brother Richard was rock-solid at left-back.

Man of the Match – Pete Fallows was particularly impressive, refusing to allow his opponents to get past, and winning the ball back at crucial points.

Renwick: McCullough; Fallows, Carson, Hanna, R McKelvey; Cromie R, M Hawthorne, A McKelvey, P Aicken; Devenney, Peoples. Subs: R Throne, T McCollum, L Campbell

As Lineker would say, we wish him well