Being in isolation #8 Those isolating themselves and those being isolated by others

On our own we do try to follow up the task given by Jesus Christ to all his followers. Living in isolation recognising the isolation of so many in ancient times we can put hope form their work and their strong will to continue to do the work of God. Though isolated from brethren and… Read More Being in isolation #8 Those isolating themselves and those being isolated by others

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Germinating small seeds, pebble-stones, small and mega churches and faith

In this darkened world there is not much interest in God, but we must be honest that there are some Christians, though they have taken Jesus as their god, there is a sincere love for God. Those trinitarian Christians still have to grow and have to find out that Jesus is the Way to God… Read More Germinating small seeds, pebble-stones, small and mega churches and faith

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Four Pressing Needs in Rural Communities, and How the Church Should Respond

Originally posted on Columbia Connections:
By Jonathan Davis, Small Town Churches Network While the cultures may be vastly different, rural churches seemingly face similar challenges across international, ethnic, and socioeconomic lines. So, what needs arise in rural communities the world over? Here are four emerging needs that rural churches will do well to address: The…

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The Big Conversation – Christadelphians in the United Kingdom

In the United Kingdom people may find several villages and towns where there reside Christadelphians,  a body of Christians who try to base their beliefs and practices wholly on the Bible, which they regard as God’s word. They try therefore to rid themselves of the various ideas and rituals which have attached themselves to Christendom… Read More The Big Conversation – Christadelphians in the United Kingdom

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Reasons why you may not miss the opportunity to go to a Small Church

The reason why the Belgian Free Christadelphians made an opening to thoughts of others is explained in Personal thoughts, communication, establishing ecclesia and guest writings. We can not go beyond the fact that the Christadelphian community has problems getting enough people coming to their ecclesiae. In Belgium, which you also could call a A-religious country,… Read More Reasons why you may not miss the opportunity to go to a Small Church

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Why we do not have our worship-services in a church building

After being questioned about keeping the Sabbath or Sunday people ask us why we do not have our worship services in a ‘normal church with bell tower’ and why we do not have any priests leading the service. First of all followers of Christ should come together regularly. Nowhere is specified it should be in… Read More Why we do not have our worship-services in a church building

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Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #6 Sunday or the Lord’s day

Coming together From the acts of apostles and from early civil writings of the first century of our contemporary era we come to know that those who want to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ tried to come together at different occasions. There was not set one specific day in the week, but they could… Read More Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #6 Sunday or the Lord’s day

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Evangelisation, local preaching opposite overseas evangelism

Dave Burke asks: Why is our local preaching so unsuccessful while our overseas evangelism rises from strength to strength? It’s not that we don’t know how to evangelise, or that preaching the Gospel isn’t important to us. Instead I believe it’s because overseas mission work is largely unfettered by the restrictions of the pervading culture… Read More Evangelisation, local preaching opposite overseas evangelism

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