The ecclesia Facebook account from now on restricted access

Because of recent events and again attacks on our ecclesia and members of our ecclesia, we tried to find a solution to let our own ecclesia members know certain things they should have current knowledge of. To post such restricted viewing messages here on this website does harm the layout and is against our open… Read More The ecclesia Facebook account from now on restricted access

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John Thomas – Physician and Preacher (Robert Wilkinson)

There is a new e-book available via the website of the magazine The Christadelphian. John Thomas – Physician and Preacher (Robert Wilkinson) consists of a collection of essays covering the background to the medical and scientific environment in which Brother Thomas first discovered the Truth. These academic studies provide information that was influencing the thinking… Read More John Thomas – Physician and Preacher (Robert Wilkinson)

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Lighthouse Christadelphian Fellowship Weekend: Mental Health

1 in 4 people experience mental health problem each year. 20% of people experience suicidal thoughts at some point in their life. “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds… Read More Lighthouse Christadelphian Fellowship Weekend: Mental Health

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Today’s thought “Be aware of what went on” (August 15) He that answers a matter before he hears it, it is folly and shame unto him.

Today’s thought “Be aware of what went on” (August 15) Pro 18:13  He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him. When certain things happen in daily life we should be aware how and why it happened and why certain people do find it necessary to react. Normally… Read More Today’s thought “Be aware of what went on” (August 15) He that answers a matter before he hears it, it is folly and shame unto him.

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One of the world’s highest elevation ecclesias 3,800 metres above sea level

In the August issue of The Christadelphian an article sheds a light on the ecclesia in La Paz, Bolivia, probably one of the world’s highest elevation ecclesias, sitting somewhere around 3,800 metres above sea level. La Paz is a city that seems to defy its surroundings. On first glance the area is inhospitable, and too… Read More One of the world’s highest elevation ecclesias 3,800 metres above sea level

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An other look at the events of today by one of our magazines

Much continues to happen in the political world around us, which we find fascinating. France now has a new untested and inexperienced president, who is highly popular and very eager to strengthen the European Union. Britain however has a weakened government that will struggle with the challenges of negotiating Brexit, and has to rely on… Read More An other look at the events of today by one of our magazines

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Jewish Clothing Relief presentation

On Saturday 12th August at 3pm, at St. Catherine’s Village Hall, Chestnut Avenue, Guildford GU2 4HF there shall take place a Jewish Clothing Relief presentation at the Guildford Christadelphians Meeting Hall. Speaker of the day shall be Brother David Griffin, Birmingham (Kings Norton). Clothing donations wanted. Buffet tea will be served at the conclusion.

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Nalonda Christadelphian School for Children who are Handicapped (CSCH)

Bro. Horst Truestedt and Bro. Tano Teka were in Nalonda, Kenya in January 2017, and visited the Christadelphian School for Children who are Handicapped (CSCH). This school is primarily sponsored by the Christadelphian Meal-a-Day-Fund, UK (CMaD-UK). While Bro. Horst Truestedt was touring the school, he noticed the secondary school is in desperate need of a… Read More Nalonda Christadelphian School for Children who are Handicapped (CSCH)

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Today’s thought “Blessed people …” (July 27)

Today’s thought “Blessed people who trust in God and share the Good News” (July 27) The day before yesterday we made a call for writers. Our Readers Digest and Lifestyle magazine From Guestwriters can do with some more writers on different subjects. We can still do with people who write about family matters, like how… Read More Today’s thought “Blessed people …” (July 27)

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