Winton Christadelphian Church food surplus giveaway

As Brothers in Christ, Christadelphians want to share the love of Christ with others and take their responsibility to help those who do not have it so well. During the lockdown period several of our ecclesiae felt how people around them had difficulties having enough food on the table. Therefore, all over the country, several… Read More Winton Christadelphian Church food surplus giveaway

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Today’s Thought “Those who call on the Lord from a pure heart” (May 26)

Those who call on the Lord from a pure heart 2 Timothy 2 today contains a powerful and pointed exhortation to Paul – it is one we should take to heart as equally a message for today. It is the last letter Paul wrote; he is now an old man. He tells Timothy to “pursue… Read More Today’s Thought “Those who call on the Lord from a pure heart” (May 26)

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Conspiracy Thinking and Radical Scepticism

Exposition / Politics and Skepticism Conspiracy Thinking and Radical Skepticism There is a strong mistrust in society today, a spirit of suspicion and skepticism that is almost pathological. The COVID-19 experience has bred a lot of it, with debates about vaccination, wearing masks, etc. Conspiracy thinking is very much on the rise. Subject matter experts are… Read More Conspiracy Thinking and Radical Scepticism

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Faith and Fear

by Chris Sales What is the difference between believing something and having faith? What does it mean to have faith in a God who will help you overcome mistakes, persevere through life’s experiences and give confidence to move forward without fear? Join us. Chris dug deeper into this topic with us on his podcast episode.… Read More Faith and Fear

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Today’s Thought “We always pray … that our God may make you worthy” (May 20)

We always pray … that our God may make you worthy The first two chapters of Paul’s second letter to the Thessalonians have some awesome thoughts. Today, more than ever before, we live in a herd environment, a human herd. Mass advertising in a great variety of media confronts us hour after hour, this creates… Read More Today’s Thought “We always pray … that our God may make you worthy” (May 20)

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Today’s thought “God who knows the heart …” (May 05)

“God who knows the heart …” Today we read about a conference of a serious nature that took place in Jerusalem among the disciples and other principal brethren; it was about problems that had arisen among the believers. Some of the Pharisees who were now believers in Christ were saying that the Gentiles whom Paul… Read More Today’s thought “God who knows the heart …” (May 05)

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Today’s thought “Your prayers … ascended as a memorial” (May 2)

“Your prayers … ascended as a memorial” Today in reading Acts 10 we saw how Peter had his eyes opened to realise that non-Jews (Gentiles) had been called to repentance and belief in salvation through Christ. In verse 2 we read of a man named Cornelius – a Centurion who was “a devout man who… Read More Today’s thought “Your prayers … ascended as a memorial” (May 2)

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Today’s thought “Counted worthy to suffer dishonour” (April 25)

Acts tells how the numbers of believers in Christ multiplied rapidly. The pouring out of God’s Spirit on the day of Pentecost was being manifested in dramatic ways. Jesus had said he would be with them through the Spirit “that will guide you into all the truth” (see John 16:12-14). So the Apostles are able… Read More Today’s thought “Counted worthy to suffer dishonour” (April 25)

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Today’s thought “For if you will be careful to do …” (April 25)

Today’s thought “For if you will be careful to do …” (April 25) Deuteronomy 10-11, Ecclesiastes 4, Acts 1 What do we all need to “be careful to do”? Our quotation is from the words of Moses; his final address to the generation who are about to enter the promised land under Joshua (and we know… Read More Today’s thought “For if you will be careful to do …” (April 25)

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Today’s thought “Fear-of-God, also in times of war, is a school in skilled living” (April 05)

In these days, when we get to see horrible pictures of war crimes, we see enough proof of how man has gone far away from the precepts or prescriptions of God. We can wonder what would have gone into those heads of soldiers who raped and tortured those people in Ukraine. Clearly there have been… Read More Today’s thought “Fear-of-God, also in times of war, is a school in skilled living” (April 05)

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If you wrote a letter and called yourself the disciple Jesus loved

3/30/22 Paul Zilmer The disciple Jesus loves In the gospel that bears his name, John never actually names himself. He does, however, talk about “the disciple Jesus loved”. Most Bible students conclude he is referring to himself. It’s an odd way to identify yourself. If you wrote a letter and called yourself something similar, what… Read More If you wrote a letter and called yourself the disciple Jesus loved

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