Tour d’ Agape For Elvira Children’s Home

An Agape In Action Homes And Shelters Update Elvira Children’s Home, pictured below, is in a very rural area of Andhra Pradesh, India. The children here are mostly from tribal peoples who live in the hills where there are no schools. The 28 children at Elvira sparkle with happiness, thankful for food, shelter, clothing and… Read More Tour d’ Agape For Elvira Children’s Home

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Signs of the times – “The Iranian corridor”

In recent years Iran has gradually extended its influence across the Middle East – both directly and through proxies – and its unremitting hostility to the State of Israel is a source of deep concern in that country. Recent press reports, such as the following comments from The Guardian, have highlighted Tehran’s determination to have… Read More Signs of the times – “The Iranian corridor”

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Christadelphian office Birmingham – Open to visitors

Over the (northern hemisphere’s) summer months the Christadelphian Office have been pleased to welcome a number of overseas visitors to the Office. They find that brothers, sisters and young people who are not able to visit frequently appreciate seeing where they are and having a tour of the premises. The Birmingham Christadelphians have been located… Read More Christadelphian office Birmingham – Open to visitors

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Signs of the times – “Turkey and Russia”

Last month it was announced that Turkey had “been removed from the US’ F-35 Joint Strike Fighter programme after it took delivery of the Russian-made S-400 air defence system … The White House said: ‘Turkey’s decision to purchase Russian S-400 air defence systems renders its continued involvement with the F-35 impossible. The F-35 cannot coexist… Read More Signs of the times – “Turkey and Russia”

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Summertime still a busy period in the Christadelphian Community

Although this may be the time of Summer Holidays for those in the Northern hemisphere (and winter breaks for others) it is still a busy period in the Christadelphian Community, with Bible Schools taking place in many different locations. These present valuable opportunities for fellowship, Bible study, communal worship and renewing friendships, in summary helping… Read More Summertime still a busy period in the Christadelphian Community

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A new exposition series on “The Fire of God”

On April 26 the May issue of The Christadelphian Magazine was published.  A new exposition series commenced on “The Fire of God” (Brother John Woodall), which will examine the way in which God has used fire from Genesis to Revelation. The series on Elijah and our hymn book also continue. In the practical section one… Read More A new exposition series on “The Fire of God”

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Signs of the times – “Returning to the land”

It has recently been announced by Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics that the country’s population now exceeds nine million. As of March this year the number of Jews had reached 6,697,000, or 74.2% of the population, with 1,890,000 (20.9%) who are Arab, and 434,000 (4.8%) who belong to other religious or ethnic groups. The Times… Read More Signs of the times – “Returning to the land”

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Today’s thought July 15 Reading 1 – 1 Samuel 29:1-4 Leaving it to God to work it out in His own way

“The Philistines gathered all their forces at Aphek, and Israel camped by the spring in Jezreel. As the Philistine rulers marched with their units of hundreds and thousands, David and his men were marching at the rear with Achish. The commanders of the Philistines asked, ‘What about these Hebrews?’ Achish replied, ‘Is this not David,… Read More Today’s thought July 15 Reading 1 – 1 Samuel 29:1-4 Leaving it to God to work it out in His own way

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