Today’s thought “Were worse sinners … because they suffered in this way?” (March 22)

Today’s thought “Were worse sinners … because they suffered in this way?” (March 22) In reading Luke 13 today we pondered the challenging conversation Jesus had with “some present” about the cause of recent tragedies. Jesus challenged the conclusions some had drawn about the cause of these events? In particular, he asked, when a tower… Read More Today’s thought “Were worse sinners … because they suffered in this way?” (March 22)

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Invest in Faith working together arm in arm

The Belgian Free Christadelphians helps people grow their faith through programs designed to meet the need at hand. To the poor, we show faith through humanitarian assistance provided with outstretched hands and Christian integrity. To those whose faith is waning, we rekindle it through shared service and an uplifted spirit. To the young, we provide… Read More Invest in Faith working together arm in arm

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One Word for 2020 bible reading “Intentional”

Taken from: My One Word: 2019 = “Intentional” by Sister Kate, in the Christadelphian Newbury ecclesia Grapevine magazine. Sister Kate wrote it in 2019, thinking ahead to 2020, and looking forward to using the period between Christmas and New Year to reflect on how she wanted to grow in her discipleship in 2020, and which… Read More One Word for 2020 bible reading “Intentional”

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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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Today’s thought “We must not put Christ to the test” (February 26)

Today’s thought “We must not put Christ to the test” (February 26) Paul’s comments on Moses and how the people “all passed through the sea and all were baptised into Moses” (1 Corinthians 10:1,2) obviously relate to what we have been reading in Exodus. Paul then states, “For they all drank from the Rock that… Read More Today’s thought “We must not put Christ to the test” (February 26)

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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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Today’s thought “No silence so that everyone will know that there is only one Supreme Ruler all over the earth” (February 17)

Sometimes we have the impression that God wants to keep still, but He always has an eye and ear for those who want to come to Him. In today’s psalm of Asaph [C a Levitical musician, a descendant of Gershon, at the time of David; 1 Chr. 6:39; 15:17; 2 Chr. 5:12] we find the writer… Read More Today’s thought “No silence so that everyone will know that there is only one Supreme Ruler all over the earth” (February 17)

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Today’s thought “Thoughts by Psalm 78” (February 14)

These days in the godless world there are people needed who like David take up the shepherding and show people the way to God. Today’s psalm reading asks us to remember that the Elohim Hashem Jehovah is the Highest Source of compassion and loving-kindness, Who is also willing to forgive our wickedness when we want to come to Him as His children.… Read More Today’s thought “Thoughts by Psalm 78” (February 14)

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