During the holidays, 13 excited and energetic boys from St Charles College embarked on a first-ever tour to the sub-continent. These players, accompanied by two staff members, travelled to Sri Lanka where they experienced a culture one does not experience every other day. The Saints Invitational boys were excellent ambassadors for their families, their school and their country. The experiences they gained during this week on the island of Sri Lanka will forever be etched in their memories. Photo on top: The Saints Invitational XI with South African cricketer, Tabraiz Shamsi...Read More
At the recent KwaZulu-Natal Inland Schools AGM it was announced that the St Charles College Preparatory and Senior School, Pietermaritzburg, are the only Blue Chip Schools in the Inland Province. “To achieve Blue Chip Status St Charles College and St Charles College Prep School have achieved Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) highest qualification rating afforded by CSA for Cricket School Excellence for the year 2017 (although the shield does say 2018). Schools are judged through our Schools Quality Index (SQI) such as the number of teams, total matches played, coaches qualifications, facilities and Representation in teams.” St Charles College is...Read More
Thamsanqa Kumalo (KwaZulu-Natal Dolphins), currently in Grade 12 at Glenwood High School in Durban, has been selected as part of the Coca-Cola South African U/19 Cricket squad. The team will tour England in July 2018. The tour will include two four-day Youth Test matches and three Youth One-Day Internationals from 08-29 July 2018. The squad was picked after a national camp was held over the past weekend at the CSA Centre of Excellence in Pretoria where 27 cricketers were invited to play in front of selectors and national scouts. Convenor of selectors, Victor Mpitsang believes they have made the...Read More
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God of Restoration
He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters, he restores my soul. – Psalm 23:2-3
You can’t do anything about what’s gone, but you can do a great deal about what remains. You may have made some poor choices that have caused you awful heartache and pain. Perhaps you feel that your life is beyond repair. You may feel disqualified from God’s best, convinced that you must settle for second best the rest of your life.
Worse yet, perhaps it was somebody else’s foolish decisions that caused you to experience wrenching headache and pain. Regardless, you must stop dwel-ling on it. Forgive the person who caused you the trouble and start clean right where you are this morning.
If you continue to dwell on those past disappointments, you will block God’s blessings in your life today. It’s simply not worth it. Beyond that, God desires your restoration even more than you do! – Joel Osteen