Umoja Early Development School Boyani, Kenya

The Umoja Early Development School provides early childhood education for students ages 4-7 in a community in western Kenya. The school is able to accommodate 95 children, with local demand well exceeding the number of available spaces. In addition to learning and playing together, the children receive two meals each school day that help ensure… Read More Umoja Early Development School Boyani, Kenya

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Emergency Meal Funding —Bethez er Dorms, Cambodia

The Bethezer Dorms in Phnom Penh provide a safe living environment for students pursuing postsecondary education in the Cambodian capital. An emergency fund to provide food for the poorest students had become depleted resulting in poor health and malnutrition amongst the most economically vulnerable. Two students had withdrawn from the university and returned to their… Read More Emergency Meal Funding —Bethez er Dorms, Cambodia

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White Fields program in Cambodia

Since 1976, the Williamsburg Christadelphian Foundation (WCF) has provided resources beyond the scope typically addressed by individual Christadelphian congregations. The Williamsburg name comes from the fact that the idea for a Foundation originated in that Virginia city (chartered in the state of Virginia in 1976). It is Christadelphian, as the articles of incorporation state the… Read More White Fields program in Cambodia

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If no one died because of War – how different would worlds appear to be

If no one died because of War — how different would worlds appear to be. You may wonder why there is so much trouble in this world. Some would say religion is the cause of all that trouble, but they should know that there are more killings by non-religious terror acts or secular related violence.… Read More If no one died because of War – how different would worlds appear to be

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Suffering brothers and sisters in Malawi, Mozambique and surrounding areas

Our brothers and sisters in Malawi, Mozambique and surrounding areas are suffering as a result of two very poor harvests. During the 2014/15 growing season torrential rain washed away much of the seed which had been planted, as well as causing other problems. In 2015/16 there was very little rainfall, which again meant a very… Read More Suffering brothers and sisters in Malawi, Mozambique and surrounding areas

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Christadelphian Samaritan Fund (CSF) – Oxfam Malawi Food Crisis – Matched Funding Appeal

Early in September the Christadelphian Samaritan Fund (CSF) made a donation of 5,000 pounds to an appeal by Oxfam to raise funds to relieve large scale food shortages in Malawi caused by prolonged drought. Oxfam report that 6.5 million people are facing hunger and starvation – more than the entire population of Scotland – and… Read More Christadelphian Samaritan Fund (CSF) – Oxfam Malawi Food Crisis – Matched Funding Appeal

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Christadelphian Samaritan Fund (CSF) – British Red Cross Europe Refugee Crisis Appeal

Early in September the Christadelphian Samaritan Fund (CSF) made a donation of 5,000 pounds to an appeal by the British Red Cross to raise funds to help in the refugee crisis which is affecting tens of thousands of men, women and children across Europe. Food water and medical care are desperately needed in the flight… Read More Christadelphian Samaritan Fund (CSF) – British Red Cross Europe Refugee Crisis Appeal

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Shame some people made their good choice just a few years before their death

Lots of people wait and wait before making a decision. Concerning the choice of faith many procrastinate. They want to postpone their decision to which faith they want to belong, because they consider it not so important or not necessary to show others soon enough their choice for some faith. After having prorogued for some… Read More Shame some people made their good choice just a few years before their death

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Listening to the lessons of the Bible and looking for ways to please God

Yesterday and today’s readings (2 Kings 7-8, Lamentations 3-4, 1 Corinthians 16– 2 Corinthians 1-2) bring to us very practical chapters demonstrating how God knows the future but also how He is willing to share His knowledge with us so that we can prepare ourselves for the hard times to come. In this week where… Read More Listening to the lessons of the Bible and looking for ways to please God

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The Word Became Flesh. A Theme in John’s Gospel

Graham Jackman filled a book with (more than) 366 pages examining the meaning of the title phrase, taken from John 1:14, in relation to several key aspects of John’s Gospel. At its centre stand, inevitably, two chapters focusing on the person of Jesus as portrayed by John, including one examining critically the use made of… Read More The Word Became Flesh. A Theme in John’s Gospel

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Cambodia: A land where the Gospel is taking root

Cambodia is a relatively new area of preaching with the first baptism occurring almost a decade ago. Since then, preaching of the Gospel has resulted in over 65 baptisms. Although Buddhism is the dominant religion, the country now enjoys religious freedom and the relatively young population is receptive to learning about Christianity, particularly if taught… Read More Cambodia: A land where the Gospel is taking root

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Mastering English in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia is a region that is catching ‘English fever’. But many believers, because of their humble circumstances, have not had the opportunity to learn English and are disadvantaged in both spiritual and practical ways. It’s impossible to converse with brethren speaking a different language at Bible Schools or other cross-border church activities. Language barriers… Read More Mastering English in Southeast Asia

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Philippine Sunday Schools — Growing in Leaps and Bounds

Through a partnership with the Asia-Pacific Christadelphian Bible Mission, Williamsburg Christadelphian Foundation (WCF) provides funding for much needed classroom furnishings and supplies to Christadelphian Sunday Schools in the Philippines. There are 17 Sunday Schools that have collectively enrolled almost 500 students, the overwhelming majority from non-Christadelphian families. Dedicated young people from the Mindanao and Visyas… Read More Philippine Sunday Schools — Growing in Leaps and Bounds

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Ray Johnson, instrumental in establishing the Great Lakes Bible school, fell asleep at 93

Is it not nice when you can become of a certain age and have given others lots of energy and new hope? Our beloved brother, Ray Johnson, 93, fell asleep in the Lord early Saturday morning, July 30th. He had been struggling with old age the last few months and in fact missed his first… Read More Ray Johnson, instrumental in establishing the Great Lakes Bible school, fell asleep at 93

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