Sunday Schools in the Philippines

WCF continues to fund mission work in the Philippines through a partnership with the Asia-Pacific Christadelphian Bible Mission. In addition to financially supporting Bible Education Centers, preaching campaigns and fieldworkers, the Foundation is involved in nurturing young minds in Christadelphian Sunday Schools. The committed young people of the Mindanao and Visyas ecclesias have undertaken the… Read More Sunday Schools in the Philippines

Rate this:

Philippine Sunday Schools — Growing in Leaps and Bounds

Through a partnership with the Asia-Pacific Christadelphian Bible Mission, Williamsburg Christadelphian Foundation (WCF) provides funding for much needed classroom furnishings and supplies to Christadelphian Sunday Schools in the Philippines. There are 17 Sunday Schools that have collectively enrolled almost 500 students, the overwhelming majority from non-Christadelphian families. Dedicated young people from the Mindanao and Visyas… Read More Philippine Sunday Schools — Growing in Leaps and Bounds

Rate this:

Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #6 Sunday or the Lord’s day

Coming together From the acts of apostles and from early civil writings of the first century of our contemporary era we come to know that those who want to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ tried to come together at different occasions. There was not set one specific day in the week, but they could… Read More Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #6 Sunday or the Lord’s day

Rate this:

Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #5 Not law binding

Sabbath law binding on followers of Christ or not There are several Christians who say Christians should keep the 7th day holy and as such should be not working on Sunday and holding a service on Sunday. They forget that Sunday is the 8th day of the week or the 1st day of a new… Read More Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #5 Not law binding

Rate this:

Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #4 Jesus and the Sabbath day

A day given to man From sundown on Friday to sundown on Saturday the Jewish community kept a day for God. The ‘day’ began when darkness fell. The reason for this is found in Genesis 1:5: Genesis 1:5 The Scriptures 1998+  (5)  And Elohim called the light ‘day’ and the darkness He called ‘night.’ And… Read More Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #4 Jesus and the Sabbath day

Rate this:

Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #3 Days to be kept holy or set apart

Feasts to avoid When asked why we not keep to all those festivals, Sabbaths and so called holy days we must warn people they should look carefully at what sort of festivals they want to participate and what days they consider holy. Lots of Christians would say Christmas and Easter are holy days for them,… Read More Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #3 Days to be kept holy or set apart

Rate this:

Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #2 Testimony

To be set down as remembrance or testimony Throughout the ages, after the flood and the experience in the wilderness the mishnah, or word of mouth made possible by frequent recitation, made that all lovers of God remembered the things the Elohim had done and said. It may have been good in the eyes of… Read More Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #2 Testimony

Rate this:

Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #1 Before rain of food from heaven

Many times people ask us why we have our services also in the middle of the week and how it can be that are members can work on a Sabbath, a Saturday or a Sunday. Every day a day of and for God For us every day is a day of God and should also… Read More Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #1 Before rain of food from heaven

Rate this:

Guildford ecclesia meetings for Sunday, 16th September cancelled at short notice

At Guildford ecclesia they have had to cancel their meetings for tomorrow, 16th Sept at short notice, having discovered that access roads will be closed due to the Tour of Britian cycle race. Related articles ‘Record’ crowds for cycle race (bbc.co.uk) It is the third year the Norfolk and Suffolk stage has featured in the… Read More Guildford ecclesia meetings for Sunday, 16th September cancelled at short notice

Rate this:

When you believe Jesus is God, do you think he died?

The Bible, the infallible Word of God tells us that God is an immortal Spirit Being that no man can see. The world got to see a man of flesh and blood who told people around him he was the son of God. That Nazarene master teacher got killed and was taken out of the dead, by the One Who is greater than Jesus and declared that son of man to be His only begotten beloved son.… Read More When you believe Jesus is God, do you think he died?

Rate this:

Today’s thought “If you are willing and obedient” (May 12)

Today’s thought “If you are willing and obedient” (May 12) Today we started reading the wonderful prophecy of Isaiah. His time as a prophet of the Lord covered the reign of four kings, beginning with the reign of Uzziah who suffered leprosy as a punishment for becoming too proud in his later years and entering… Read More Today’s thought “If you are willing and obedient” (May 12)

Rate this:

Prayer Journal

The beginning of a new year presents an opportunity to reflect on our spiritual well-being. For several years the Office has been selling a Prayer Diary which has just been relaunched as a Prayer Journal. Throughout the journal suggestions are made to help improve our prayers and sections at the back provide guidance and ideas.… Read More Prayer Journal

Rate this:

January’s issue of The Christadelphian

The January issue, published on December 21, 2018, commences with a New Year Editorial encouraging us to consider what pleases God, followed by two pages of “Letters to the Editor”. “Sunday Morning” focuses appropriately on “beginnings” – the book of Genesis. In the “Exposition” section we conclude Brother Paul Aston’s helpful series, “In the Volume… Read More January’s issue of The Christadelphian

Rate this: