Yokine Ecclesial Hall Refurbishment (Australia)

Dear Brothers and Sisters Yokine Ecclesial Hall Refurbishment (Australia) This is an appeal for funds to assist with our hall amenities refurbishment. We are an ecclesial family of approximately 100 people, which includes 46 baptised members of all ages and a growing Sunday School. Our ecclesial hall is visited and used by many friends from… Read More Yokine Ecclesial Hall Refurbishment (Australia)

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Agape in motion

From Agape in motion Dear Ecclesia By God’s blessing, so much has happened over the past few years at Mutongoi Children’s Home.  Thank you once again for being a part of this great work. There are more than 50 children at Mutongoi who would otherwise be in very different circumstances without the help of our project sponsors. … Read More Agape in motion

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Today’s thought “A blessing and a curse” (April 25)

Today’s thought “A blessing and a curse” (April 25) Deuteronomy 10-11 We continue to read Moses’ final message – a wondrous exhortation to the tribes of Israel – before he died and they entered the promised land without him. These chapters in Deuteronomy have a powerful message. Much of what Moses says to them we… Read More Today’s thought “A blessing and a curse” (April 25)

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Christadelphian Meal a Day Fund not conditional on race, religion or creed

The Western African country Sierra Leone has much to deal with. Abject poverty, natural disasters, plague and violence, but the people’s capacity to survive and thrive is amazing. When brothers Bob Fox, Mike Green and Gordon Dawes visited Kroo Bay in 2010, they were met with an awful sight. This slum area is at the… Read More Christadelphian Meal a Day Fund not conditional on race, religion or creed

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Death

Originally posted on Myabishai's Blog:
Death Acts 7:55-8:1 But filled with the Holy Spirit, he gazed into heaven and saw the glory of God and Jesus standing at the right hand of God. “Look,” he said, “I see the heavens opened and the Son of Man standing at the right hand of God!” But…

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Overcome division with core values

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
Conflict management 101 “Virtually all theorists of conflict management agree that parties to a conflict must share larger or ultimate values in common as a basis on which to resolve their differences.”  (Hugh Halverstadt, Managing Church Conflict, p. 212). Two important examples Two areas that significantly disrupt unity are differences in giftedness effecting…

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Four Pressing Needs in Rural Communities, and How the Church Should Respond

Originally posted on Columbia Connections:
By Jonathan Davis, Small Town Churches Network While the cultures may be vastly different, rural churches seemingly face similar challenges across international, ethnic, and socioeconomic lines. So, what needs arise in rural communities the world over? Here are four emerging needs that rural churches will do well to address: The…

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