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To celebrate 20 years of OXYGEN, we are proud to launch our first anthology of Easter reflections! Containing reflections selected from our extensive archive, this e-booklet is designed as a companion for daily scripture reading during the season of Easter.

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  • 12 April, Monday — Our Certainty in the Uncertainty
    Monday of the 2nd Week of Eastertide Acts 4:23-31Jn 3:1-8 β€œThe wind blows wherever it pleases; you hear its sound, but you cannot tell where it comes from or where it is going. That is how it is with all who are born of the Spirit.” VUCA: Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous. This term was first… Continue Reading →
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