Christadelphian Meal a Day Fund not conditional on race, religion or creed

The Western African country Sierra Leone has much to deal with. Abject poverty, natural disasters, plague and violence, but the people’s capacity to survive and thrive is amazing. When brothers Bob Fox, Mike Green and Gordon Dawes visited Kroo Bay in 2010, they were met with an awful sight. This slum area is at the… Read More Christadelphian Meal a Day Fund not conditional on race, religion or creed

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Facts about the Truth in the Czech Republic

– preaching in the Czech Republic was only possible following the collapse of communism and the Velvet Revolution‘ in the then Czechoslovakia in 1989. The first CBM trip was in 1992;  – there is only one brother and seven sisters in the country; with four members in the capital city of Prague, and the the rest in isolation; – three long-weekend visits are made each… Read More Facts about the Truth in the Czech Republic

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Stormy wind

News bulletins over the past few weeks seem to have been dominated by natural disasters reminding us of the phenomenal power of nature, with the North American continent particularly badly affected. 2017 has been officially declared British Columbia’s worst wildfire season since records began in 1950. Between April 1 and mid-August, 894,491 hectares were burned.… Read More Stormy wind

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John Thomas – Physician and Preacher (Robert Wilkinson)

There is a new e-book available via the website of the magazine The Christadelphian. John Thomas – Physician and Preacher (Robert Wilkinson) consists of a collection of essays covering the background to the medical and scientific environment in which Brother Thomas first discovered the Truth. These academic studies provide information that was influencing the thinking… Read More John Thomas – Physician and Preacher (Robert Wilkinson)

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One of the world’s highest elevation ecclesias 3,800 metres above sea level

In the August issue of The Christadelphian an article sheds a light on the ecclesia in La Paz, Bolivia, probably one of the world’s highest elevation ecclesias, sitting somewhere around 3,800 metres above sea level. La Paz is a city that seems to defy its surroundings. On first glance the area is inhospitable, and too… Read More One of the world’s highest elevation ecclesias 3,800 metres above sea level

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An other look at the events of today by one of our magazines

Much continues to happen in the political world around us, which we find fascinating. France now has a new untested and inexperienced president, who is highly popular and very eager to strengthen the European Union. Britain however has a weakened government that will struggle with the challenges of negotiating Brexit, and has to rely on… Read More An other look at the events of today by one of our magazines

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Kapalpal School on Tanna in Vanuatu receives textbooks

The funds recently given to the Kapalpal School on Tanna in Vanuatu have been used to buy textbooks for the school. They have printed 30 copies of each book and while their classes are sometimes significantly larger than that, it allows each student to have their own copy or at worst, share between two. This… Read More Kapalpal School on Tanna in Vanuatu receives textbooks

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Nalonda Christadelphian School for Children who are Handicapped (CSCH)

Bro. Horst Truestedt and Bro. Tano Teka were in Nalonda, Kenya in January 2017, and visited the Christadelphian School for Children who are Handicapped (CSCH). This school is primarily sponsored by the Christadelphian Meal-a-Day-Fund, UK (CMaD-UK). While Bro. Horst Truestedt was touring the school, he noticed the secondary school is in desperate need of a… Read More Nalonda Christadelphian School for Children who are Handicapped (CSCH)

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Sunday Schools in the Philippines

WCF continues to fund mission work in the Philippines through a partnership with the Asia-Pacific Christadelphian Bible Mission. In addition to financially supporting Bible Education Centers, preaching campaigns and fieldworkers, the Foundation is involved in nurturing young minds in Christadelphian Sunday Schools. The committed young people of the Mindanao and Visyas ecclesias have undertaken the… Read More Sunday Schools in the Philippines

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Life Skills and Leadership Training in Kenya

WCF is funding two Australian mission workers, Sam and Abi McGeorge to assist in the launch of the Youth Leadership Program, an Agape-in-Action project in western Kenya. A group of 40-50 Kenyan youth with leadership potential, who have finished high school and are looking to further their education will be selected to participate in the… Read More Life Skills and Leadership Training in Kenya

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Fun and Games in South Africa

The White Fields program has enabled individuals to address the physical, social and spiritual needs of vulnerable children in South Africa. WCF sponsorship has allowed dedicated workers to run various programs through the week benefiting both the children involved and their community. Helping local children with homework soon grew into the Skills Training Academy for… Read More Fun and Games in South Africa

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Today’s thought by the French elections and right-wing populism in the world

Today’s thought “Taking Christ as our example” (May 8) Yesterday the far right and populist party of Marine Le Pen did not reach the necessary votes to have her on the presidential seat. But her 1/3rd brought lots of French voters to give a signal to show the world that certain people are not wanted… Read More Today’s thought by the French elections and right-wing populism in the world

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