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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Joanie Kaufman on Little Seeds of Faith

In the compelling and real conversations about faith in the Christadelphian community, Steve talks with Alison Routledge, Suzette Thompson, and Viv Brown. They discuss together what a Proverbs 31 woman can teach us today and how we can manifest those learnings and experiences in our own communities. They also reflect on women mentoring women and… Read More Joanie Kaufman on Little Seeds of Faith

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Today’s thought “Out of the heart of man come …” (August 12)

Today’s thought “Out of the heart of man come …” (August 12) The first verse of Jeremiah 33 tells of how “The word of the LORD came to Jeremiah … while he was still shut up in the court of the guard” and told him of the judgments he was about to bring. They would… Read More Today’s thought “Out of the heart of man come …” (August 12)

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Thought for today in CoViD times: He looked round about (Peter Banyard)

The single word translated ‘look round about’ is used sparingly, mainly in Mark’s Gospel record, and with but one exception refers to the Lord’s piercing scrutiny of people or situations. In the synagogue was a man with a withered hand, probably planted by the Pharisees as a trap. When questioned by Jesus on whether doing… Read More Thought for today in CoViD times: He looked round about (Peter Banyard)

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Lovely to have so many people joining this morning service

It was really very nice to have people from different ecclesiae all over Great-Britain and Belgium joining this morning zoom-casting. It is also very nice to see that many ecclesiae are streaming their services. Some are finding it easier to meet together than they used to — with someone, maybe not local. The internet in… Read More Lovely to have so many people joining this morning service

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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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This week on A Little Faith… Levi chats with Jochem Hale

This week on A Little Faith… Levi chats with Jochem Hale, host of For Real Life about what inspired his podcast. Jochem shares how he initially wanted to make videos to teach people about God. Proof of God’s Existence – Episode 1 In this episode, we talk about doubt. We doubt many things in life.… Read More This week on A Little Faith… Levi chats with Jochem Hale

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Prayertheme for August 2020: Feeling alarm or anxiety

1 Chronicles 28:20 And David said to his son Solomon, “Be strong and of good courage, and do it; do not fear nor be dismayed, for the Lord God—my God—will be with you. He will not leave you nor forsake you, until you have finished all the work for the service of the house of the Lord. (NKJ) Feeling alarm or anxiety I… Read More Prayertheme for August 2020: Feeling alarm or anxiety

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Today’s thought “Blessed is the man who …” (July 27)

Today’s thought “Blessed is the man who …” (July 27) It is our chapter in Jeremiah that particularly jumps out for our mediation today, but first we read the sad story of the trouble that developed in the family of David following his sin with Bathsheba and her husband, adultery and murder! God “put away”… Read More Today’s thought “Blessed is the man who …” (July 27)

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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 “A glorious name” (July 7)

Today’s thought “A glorious name” (July 7) We are reading in Samuel of David’s great successes. 2 Samuel 8:13 tells us “David made a name for himself” – that is, developed a reputation, and our chapters now tell us of Saul’s jealousy over this and his efforts to kill him despite the intercessions of his… Read More Today’s thought “A glorious name” (July 7)

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Today’s thought “To proclaim … the day of vengeance” (July 5)

Today’s thought “To proclaim … the day of vengeance” (July 5) Our first reading today of 1 Samuel 17 saw “the day of vengeance” of Israel upon the Philistines due to the wonderful faith of a youthful David. His faith and commitment to serving the Lord gave him the strength of mind to go forth… Read More Today’s thought “To proclaim … the day of vengeance” (July 5)

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Today’s Thought “God’s servant will succeed! He will be raised up, exalted, highly honoured!” (Weekend of 2020 June 27-28)

In today’s chapter from the Book of Isaiah, we hear about a servant who shall deal prudently, though would be exalted and extolled, and be very high. We have a twofold aspect of Messiah in sufferings and glory. “ Behold, my servant shall deal wisely, he shall be exalted and lifted up, and shall be… Read More Today’s Thought “God’s servant will succeed! He will be raised up, exalted, highly honoured!” (Weekend of 2020 June 27-28)

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