November’s issue of The Christadelphian

The November issue was published on October 26 and all subscribers should have received their copies. November 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War and the first article (of two) reflects on that period in our community, and the lessons to be learned today. Exposition articles include a look… Read More November’s issue of The Christadelphian

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Signs of the times – “Britain and the Gulf”

As we await the final outcome of negotiations with the EU, Britain continues to look for ways of bolstering her influence in the world post-Brexit. To this end, there is an ongoing strengthening of ties with traditional allies in the Gulf region. In April this year it was announced that Britain had opened a permanent… Read More Signs of the times – “Britain and the Gulf”

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The 2018 Eastern Winter Study at Letton Hall, Shipdham, Norfolk

The 2018 Eastern Winter Study will take place in the pleasant location of Letton Hall, Shipdham, Norfolk, IP25 7SA; beginning after lunch on 27th December and concluding after breakfast on 30th December. This year, God willing, we are looking forward to studies on “Jeremiah: forging the iron” by Bro. Dafydd Jenkins (Cardiff, Museum Place). The… Read More The 2018 Eastern Winter Study at Letton Hall, Shipdham, Norfolk

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2018 Williamsburg Christadelphian Conference (December 27-31, 2018)

Registration is open for the 2018 Williamsburg Conference: http://williamsburgconference.com/. The dates are December 27-31, 2018. If you plan to attend, please register sooner rather than later. The Williamsburg Conference provides a unique opportunity for praise and fellowship. Attendees explore inspirational topics in exhortations during the mornings and small group sessions during the afternoons. The small… Read More 2018 Williamsburg Christadelphian Conference (December 27-31, 2018)

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Iranian Christian woman waiting for the Belgian asylum commission

An Iranian Christian woman, called Parisa who was part of an underground church in Iran, which became infiltrated, had her husband collapsed under the pressure, returned to Islam and divorced her- and got the religious Police onto her. She fled with her young child to Belgium where she lives with a relative. Christadelphian brethren were… Read More Iranian Christian woman waiting for the Belgian asylum commission

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Challenge to our existing fellowship outside Christ

What the Bible Teaches (Excerpt from What the Bible Teaches by Harry Tennant) “Let us suppose that someone outside this fellowship came along and asked how he might share it. What would the answer be? We could at once assure him that such fellowship is possible for anyone, because the way has been made known… Read More Challenge to our existing fellowship outside Christ

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Signs of the times – “Israel’s security and the Golan Heights”

Relations between Israel and Russia deteriorated last month after a Russian military plane was shot down by the air defence systems of the Assad regime, her ally. Moscow blamed the Israeli government for the incident which happened at the time of an attack on Syrian facilities by four Israeli F-16 jets. “Russia said Israel’s ‘irresponsible… Read More Signs of the times – “Israel’s security and the Golan Heights”

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