How can you grow faith throughout your whole life?

Faith matters because it defines our life—forever. It shapes our relationship with God and with each other. We each come to God individually, but we are called to walk together in common purpose, united by our faith in God. WCF FaithLaunch Program WCF’s FaithLaunch Program is designed to answer that huge question and assist you as you… Read More How can you grow faith throughout your whole life?

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Surely Goodness and Mercy Shall Follow Me

In “CommuterVerse.com-inspiration to help you through your day” we presented the new Christadelphian site where people can find Christadelphian thoughts about certain matters. The essence of the site is to bring people to contemplate a verse from God’s Word on their way to and from work (or from the living room to the kitchen). Let… Read More Surely Goodness and Mercy Shall Follow Me

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CommuterVerse.com-inspiration to help you through your day

CommuterVerse.com-inspiration to help you through your day ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dear Brothers, Sisters and Friends: A “passion project” over the past year for me and a few fellow ecclesia members has been creating and populating https://CommuterVerse.com/. Whether travelling to and from work, or just from the living room to the kitchen, CommuterVerse.com is meant to provide a… Read More CommuterVerse.com-inspiration to help you through your day

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Priorities for our Christadelphian community and for the spreading of Good News

In Belgium we are a very very tiny community. Our mother-church in England has many baptised members and everywhere in Great-Britain you shall be able to find Christadelphian Halls. Not so in Belgium, the Netherlands nor in France. We are not so lucky or not so blessed. The difference with us and other Christian denominational… Read More Priorities for our Christadelphian community and for the spreading of Good News

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Today’s thought “That the nations might tremble” (July 8)

Today’s thought “That the nations might tremble” (July 8) First we read 1 Samuel 20, an account of Saul’s increasing jealousy of David – and his developing desire to kill him: such is human nature and its self-centredness. We constantly see this around us – it is more evident than ever at election times! Then… Read More Today’s thought “That the nations might tremble” (July 8)

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Today’s thought “Judges Discussion Notes” (June 10)

Here is an extract from the notes relating to today’s reading, Judges chapter 7: “Gideon’s volunteer army is drastically reduced at God’s command, for victory must be seen to have come from Israel’s God, not their military might. Any remaining doubts Gideon had are settled when he overhears a conversation between two enemy soldiers. Dividing… Read More Today’s thought “Judges Discussion Notes” (June 10)

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Today’s Thought “Let brotherly love continue” (June 06)

Today’s Thought “Let brotherly love continue” (June 06) As Christadelphians we are brothers and sisters in Christ, which means we should love each other as brothers and sisters, being part of a great family. Whatever might happen in this world we should Keep on loving each other as brothers and sisters. (Hebrews 13:1) The world… Read More Today’s Thought “Let brotherly love continue” (June 06)

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Today’s thought “Having the appearance of godliness” (May 27)

Today’s thought “Having the appearance of godliness” (May 27) Today we completed reading Paul’s inspiring – and challenging – letters to Timothy: there are so many lessons we can (and should) take for ourselves from the advice Paul gave him. “Flee youthful passions” Paul told him – not just avoid them! The younger generation today… Read More Today’s thought “Having the appearance of godliness” (May 27)

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Today’s thought “They are of no value in …” (May 15)

Today’s thought “They are of no value in …” (May 15) This saying in Paul’s message to the Colossians arrested our attention this morning. He tells them, “See to it that no one takes you captive by philosophy and empty deceit according to human tradition …” (2:8). Jesus had warned against “traditions” that religious leaders… Read More Today’s thought “They are of no value in …” (May 15)

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Today’s thought “The help that comes from God” (May 11)

Today’s thought “The help that comes from God” (May 11) The more we live – doing our best to serve God – the more there are occasions and situations when we sense “the help that comes from God” through his Son. This inspiring statement was made by Paul of his experiences, as he gave his… Read More Today’s thought “The help that comes from God” (May 11)

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Today’s thought “Received the word with all eagerness” (May 6)

Today’s thought “Received the word with all eagerness” (May 6) Acts 16-17 How do we “receive” God’s word? It is ‘food’ to nourish and build up our minds. We continue to read about the ‘adventures’ of Paul – the challenges he faced as he went from place to place to spread the true message of… Read More Today’s thought “Received the word with all eagerness” (May 6)

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Today’s thought “Everyone whom the Lord calls to himself” (April 26)

Today’s thought “Everyone whom the Lord calls to himself” (April 26) What sort of person is the Lord seeking to call? As we completed reading Peter’s speech on the day of Pentecost in Acts 2 today this familiar question surfaced again. It was a remarkable speech before this great crowd intrigued to hear all these… Read More Today’s thought “Everyone whom the Lord calls to himself” (April 26)

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Today’s thought “That the world may know” (April 22)

Today’s thought “That the world may know” (April 22) What does the world “know”? One answer is – a great multitude of things! But nearly all of those things are of no lasting significance. We started reading Ecclesiastes today and Solomon is lamenting that all life is only “vanity” – meaning a ‘mist’ which has… Read More Today’s thought “That the world may know” (April 22)

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