Great and Marvellous are Thy Works

Next year’s Bible School to be held between August 3rd – 8th, at Harper Adams University, Newport, Shropshire, TF10 8NB, UK, God willing, has as theme ‘Great and Marvellous are Thy Works’ . Bro Mark Whittaker from Crewe shall talk about ‘Signs and Wonders’ The Miracles of Jesus. Roger Varleyfrom Birmingham Hall Green brings us… Read More Great and Marvellous are Thy Works

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Children on the list waiting for sponsorship

The Agape in Action currently have a very long list of children on the list waiting for sponsorship. Some of these kids, though they are in desperate circumstances, have been waiting for sponsorship for more than one year. All of these children are from Christadelphian families or have been taken in by Christadelphians. Francis was… Read More Children on the list waiting for sponsorship

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Today’s thought “From triumph to tragedy” (November 6)

Today’s thought “From triumph to tragedy” (November 6) Our Chronicles reading today tells us of how a Passover celebration was organised by King Josiah (recall our thoughts yesterday) and that “No Passover like it had been kept in Israel since the days of Samuel the prophet” (2 Chronicles 35:18). Josiah was highly thought of, but… Read More Today’s thought “From triumph to tragedy” (November 6)

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Signs of the times – “Cornish tin found in Israel”

A few months ago a scientific journal, PLOS One, published a remarkable paper written by an international team of scientists – from Germany, Italy, the USA and Israel. They provided the results of their analysis of twenty-seven tin ingots (blocks) found at “well-known sites in the eastern Mediterranean Sea” – some from shipwrecks off the… Read More Signs of the times – “Cornish tin found in Israel”

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Today’s thought “Not stopping doing what is right” (November 5)

Today’s thought “Not stopping doing what is right” (November 5) Throughout the ages there have been times people loved to remember their dead with bringing offers to them. Many times several gods and ghosts were revered. More than once people had forgotten about the Most important Book for life. When Josiah was eight years and… Read More Today’s thought “Not stopping doing what is right” (November 5)

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Thought for today November 4th Going to graveyards and people going to dust

Yesterday we thought about the greatness of our Divine Creator, Who has to become recognized and praised as the One and Only True God.  Him being the Most High Living God, Lord above all gods and lords, and should be greatly praised, and be beautiful in elevation, so that the whole world may come to… Read More Thought for today November 4th Going to graveyards and people going to dust

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Thought for November 1: To the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.

Today lots of people go to the graves of their beloved. Most of the time of the year they think not about them, but near the end of October they start worrying about graves to be cleaned and think about the dead and ghosts. Yesterday children came along the doors singing “trick or treat” and… Read More Thought for November 1: To the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.

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The Sukkah and a Harvest Festival in Newbury and in Leuven

Last week we praised God for creation, for the beauty and wonder of this fragile blue planet which he has entrusted to us. The perfection of God’s creation, tragically followed by mankind’s fall through disobedience, is recounted in the book of Genesis. Have you noticed how this is echoed in the account of the flood,… Read More The Sukkah and a Harvest Festival in Newbury and in Leuven

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Blanket distribution to Sunday School children in Tanzania

An Agape In Action Education and Training Update After several of the children came to Bible school without any blankets, we decide to organise a blanket distribution to Sunday School children in the area. In this area of Tanzania, it can get quite cold in some areas at night. These blankets will help to keep… Read More Blanket distribution to Sunday School children in Tanzania

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100% Donations to the Field

Agape in Action’s CORE Fund supports all the administrative costs of the charity. This CORE fund is directly supported by generous business donors and other individuals. This fund covers everything required for efficient and effective operations, including accounting and legal fees, databases, websites, bank fees, PayPal fees, marketing, printing, postage, etc. This allows us to… Read More 100% Donations to the Field

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