Today’s thought “Those whom I love I reprove and discipline” (December 22)

The seven letters to the seven different assemblies of believers that we read in Revelation 2 and 3 always challenge our thinking. They are representative of all the different types of congregations that have existed over time and each of us should be able to see in one or more of them, a “picture” of… Read More Today’s thought “Those whom I love I reprove and discipline” (December 22)

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Today’s thought “A serious warning for teachers” (December 09)

Did you notice that James 3 begins with a pretty serious warning, telling that teachers will incur a stricter judgment. The writer of the letter tells us that with that tiny thing in our head, our tongue, do we bless our Lord and our Father, and with it we curse men, who have been made… Read More Today’s thought “A serious warning for teachers” (December 09)

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Today’s thought “Made strong out of weakness” (December 4)

One of the most uplifting chapters in God’s word is surely Hebrews 11. It provides the evidence of what real belief in God causes us to do (or not do); the factor that should be the spiritual mainspring of our lives. The danger is, we might become too familiar with the lessons in this chapter… Read More Today’s thought “Made strong out of weakness” (December 4)

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Today’s thought “Nourished in the words of the faith not falling away from the faith” (November 22)

We should remember that the Holy Spirit tells us clearly that not always people shall be willing to follow the right teachings of Christ Jesus and that in the last times some in the church will turn away from Christ and become eager followers of teachers with “devil-inspired ideas”. These teachers will tell lies with… Read More Today’s thought “Nourished in the words of the faith not falling away from the faith” (November 22)

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Today’s thought “Putting on the robe of compassion, kindness, humility and meekness” (November 15)

Today’s thought “Putting on the robe of compassion, kindness, humility and meekness” (November 15) How many in this world say they are a Christian but do not worship the God of Christ nor act as a follower of Christ is supposed to act? As a Christian do you find you belong to the chosen or… Read More Today’s thought “Putting on the robe of compassion, kindness, humility and meekness” (November 15)

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Today’s thought: Paul’s defence before Agrippa (November 10)

(An excerpt from Beginning at Jerusalem, by Brother John M. Hellawell, page 317) “Paul now asks the key question which was the difficulty with which Festus struggled during the earlier hearing, when Paul affirmed that the Jesus of Nazareth whom the authorities had executed was alive again (25:19). “Why should any of you consider it… Read More Today’s thought: Paul’s defence before Agrippa (November 10)

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Today’s Thought (August 31): In your thinking be mature

1 Corinthians 14 completes the Apostle’s message about Spirit Gifts. Paul is exhorting them to use the spirit gifts they were privileged to possess properly. The first verse stresses, “Pursue love, and earnestly desire the spiritual gifts, especially that you may prophesy”. Prophecy does not mean to predict the future but to speak to and… Read More Today’s Thought (August 31): In your thinking be mature

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Today’s thought “The manifestation of the spirit for …” (August 30)

Today’s thought “The manifestation of the spirit for …” (August 30) We have come to that part of Paul’s letter to the Corinthians which is about the gifts of the Spirit which were possessed among the believers there. The Gospels were not yet in circulation, probably they had just been written. Now what was the… Read More Today’s thought “The manifestation of the spirit for …” (August 30)

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Today’s thought Good and bad traditions (August 29)

Today’s thought Good and bad traditions (August 29) The word “tradition” can arouse a negative attitude in our minds because of the way Jesus condemns the religious leaders in the Gospels for their traditions; he told them “you leave the commandment of God and hold the tradition of men” (Mark 7:8). The word “tradition” is… Read More Today’s thought Good and bad traditions (August 29)

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Brothers and sisters in Christ, united by the bond of the spirit

Pleased to find you here. For those who wonder what Christadelphians are … we are brothers and sisters in Christ, united by the bond of the spirit  —  a bond that is as unbreakable as the flesh-and-blood ties between actual family members. Our church is not just a building. It’s a home for our family.… Read More Brothers and sisters in Christ, united by the bond of the spirit

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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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The Garden Outreach Project: GOTYOURBACK Initiative

The Garden Outreach Project GOTYOURBACK INITIATIVE At-risk youth comprise a vast population of young people in the United States and Canada. As these young people graduate from high school, or “age out” of foster care, they are faced with the overwhelming responsibility of suddenly needing to fend entirely for themselves, often with limited support. You can help.… Read More The Garden Outreach Project: GOTYOURBACK Initiative

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