Coronavirus, Vaccinations and an Old and New World

Wherever we look in the news at the moment, the headlines are about COVID-19, the Coronavirus and vaccination. It was incredible how the Coronavirus infection seemed to spread with ease, knowing no borders. The many measures taken by the authorities (some of them drastic) have done little to stop the virus from reaching many countries.… Read More Coronavirus, Vaccinations and an Old and New World

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Today’s thought “Asking God to arise against the enemies” (January 03)

Today we listen to a prayer and a passionate song of David with Psalm 6 & 7. Facing several problems David took refuge and asked God to save him from each of his persecutors (Psalm 7:1-2) David asks the Adonai, Who commanded judgment and vindication, to arise in His anger against the fury or rage… Read More Today’s thought “Asking God to arise against the enemies” (January 03)

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News from the Christadelphian Magazine Office in Birmingham for September 2020

The last few months have presented many challenges and our prayers are with those around the world who are ill or lonely or suffering, the bereaved, those facing unemployment or hardship and many others affected by coronavirus. Considerable efforts to contain the outbreak continue, from governments and front line care workers to scientists searching for… Read More News from the Christadelphian Magazine Office in Birmingham for September 2020

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CoViD-19 creating an extraordinary time of need

The pandemic has created an extraordinary time of need. It has a horrific effect on the health of some. It has created financial hardship for many as unemployment reaches levels last seen in the 1929-1939  Great Depression. Until now it was the longest and most severe depression ever experienced by the industrialized Western world, sparking… Read More CoViD-19 creating an extraordinary time of need

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Today’s Thought “Let us then with confidence” (May 30)

Today’s Thought “Let us then with confidence” (May 30) In reading the letter to the Hebrews we uncover a rich mine of thoughts that challenge and stimulate our thinking. It is packed full of encouragement for those whose aim is to genuinely follow in the footsteps of Christ! But we must take care not to… Read More Today’s Thought “Let us then with confidence” (May 30)

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Today’s thought “Unclean, unclean” (March 8)

Today’s thought “Unclean, unclean” (March 8) A person with leprosy in Bible times was expected to cry out ‘Unclean, unclean” so that people would know not to touch him or her for fear of contagion and their own infection. The word ‘Leprosy’ covers a multitude of skin infections, some serious, some not and we read… Read More Today’s thought “Unclean, unclean” (March 8)

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Workbook and Discussion Guide on marriage

At the Birmingham Christadelphian Office you may find from March 6 onward, a new book designed to help readers explore and discuss marriage in both a modern and a Biblical context. This Workbook and Discussion Guide can be used by individuals, couples (either privately or in marriage preparation counselling) and groups such as marriage workshops.… Read More Workbook and Discussion Guide on marriage

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CSN Awareness day – Adult Autism Spectrum Condition

In 1981 the Christadelphian Support Network (CSN) was established as the Care Group predominantly for Christadelphians, though through the years it was always presenting help also to others. From the beginning, their main aim has been to come alongside brothers and sisters who are facing difficult and challenging times in their lives and to be… Read More CSN Awareness day – Adult Autism Spectrum Condition

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