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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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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Baptism in a Belgian smalltown swimming pool

Last July Ola, a former Muslim from Senegal, walked some hours in searing heat from his migrant camp in the countryside to meet our brethren who had taken the channel tunnel and high speed train.  The English brethren did the baptism in the smalltown swimming pool, full of Belgian schoolkids on holiday camp, they looked… Read More Baptism in a Belgian smalltown swimming pool

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2017 for CMPA and its publications

The Christadelphian Magazine and Publishing Association (‘CMPA’ , or ‘the Office’) for 2017. The work of the CMPA is most commonly associated with the monthly publication of The Christadelphian. During its 154-year history it has become an important means whereby teaching and practical guidance can be given, and it remains an instrument of record for… Read More 2017 for CMPA and its publications

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September’s issue of The Christadelphian

This month’s issue concluded the significant series on “Unity in Ephesus” and started a new series looking at how God has ensured His word was carefully written down and preserved through the years. The exposition section also contains an article considering the structure of John’s Gospel and as usual there is an extensive Letters page… Read More September’s issue of The Christadelphian

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Faith Alive!

Positive feedback keeps coming in about the new format of Faith Alive! since an editorial panel was introduced eighteen months ago. Recent issues have covered important themes such as body image, the Lord Jesus and reasons to believe. Some of the individual articles are direct and straight-talking, making up a powerful Faith Alive! issue when… Read More Faith Alive!

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An attitude taken to those who attack us and other unitarians

For Christadelphians or Brothers in Christ it is important to walk in the ways Jesus Christ showed us to walk, after God.  In the Bible the word “Walk” is also used to denote our conduct in this life or our walk in life. Too many who call themselves Christian do seem to forget that. They… Read More An attitude taken to those who attack us and other unitarians

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Jeremy Harrison’s cycling trip for Railway Children and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Every year thousands of children across the UK, India and East Africa run away or are forced to leave homes that have become unbearable through poverty, abuse, violence and neglect. This year, Railway Children celebrates 20 years of fighting for children alone and at risk on the streets. During that time, they’ve reached more than… Read More Jeremy Harrison’s cycling trip for Railway Children and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust

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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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