Coronavirus and Closure of the Christadelphian meeting rooms

For weeks now our ecclesiae have been closed for actual gatherings. All of our face-to-face meetings are still cancelled for the time being, though we will take every opportunity to keep in touch and have remote services, via Hangouts, Google Meets and Houseparty. It is not clear how long these social distancing measures will be… Read More Coronavirus and Closure of the Christadelphian meeting rooms

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Today’s Thought “We look for new heavens…” (June 15)

Give us a government animated by pure benevolence, armed by universal authority and irresistible power; and distinguished by the wisdom essential to successful enterprise of all kinds, with the world’s exchequer at their disposal, and therefore untrammelled by considerations of economy in the arrangements made for the comfort and convenience of the people – give… Read More Today’s Thought “We look for new heavens…” (June 15)

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Israel a nation again + The Sign of his Coming

Excerpt from The Sign of his Coming by Sid Levett and Geoff Henstock) “On November 29, 1947 the United Nations General Assembly met to vote on the partitioning of Palestine as recommended in the UNSCOP [United Nations Special Committee on Palestine] majority report. Jews in Palestine and Bible students throughout the world held their breath… Read More Israel a nation again + The Sign of his Coming

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UK Persian Preaching News: Farsi translations of hymns from the green Christadelphian hymn book

Much of our communal activity involves listening to someone reading, teaching, or praying. There is one activity in which everyone participates and to which everyone can contribute, namely, singing. So as the number of Farsi-speaking brothers and sisters increase, there is greater interest in using hymns in Farsi. Translating hymns is extremely difficult. Many of… Read More UK Persian Preaching News: Farsi translations of hymns from the green Christadelphian hymn book

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Why not going to Shunem or Hyderabad for helping many in need

It is a long time ago that I tried to help some people in India to get to know Christ and his God. At first, I was a (non-trinitarian) Baptist but got people baptised in Christadelphianism, before I myself also decided to become a Christadelphian, going out that denomination with thousands of my Baptist brethren… Read More Why not going to Shunem or Hyderabad for helping many in need

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Signs of the Times – “A Middle East assassination”

Tensions between the USA and Iran escalated towards the end of 2019, culminating early this month with the killing in Iraq of Iran’s second most powerful figure, General Qasem Soleimani, in an American airstrike. President Trump justified his decision to act in this way by claiming that “Soleimani was plotting imminent and sinister attacks on… Read More Signs of the Times – “A Middle East assassination”

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