Today’s thought “When in need of encouragement” (May 18)

Today’s thought “When in need of encouragement” (May 18) Yesterday we could see in his letter to the Thessalonians that Paul could find encouragement by the believers there of which he had many positive things to say, rather in contrast to the Corinthians. Though it appeared that there were also those in Thessalonica who were… Read More Today’s thought “When in need of encouragement” (May 18)

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Today’s thought “Clothing yourselves with the right attitude” (May 16)

Today’s thought “Clothing yourselves with the right attitude – Not aiming at this world” (May 16) In yesterday’s Bible reading we could see how the apostle Paul remembered his fellow brethren and sisters in the small Phrygian city Colossia or Colossae near Laodicea, that he worked hard for them and for those in Laodicea he… Read More Today’s thought “Clothing yourselves with the right attitude” (May 16)

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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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Fund Raising for Operation Onesimus

The 2017 Operation Onesimus Program planning is underway. WCF are eagerly anticipating this year’s program! Lord willing, training will take place Sunday July 9th thru Saturday July, 22nd at Schooley’s Mountain, NJ. The confirmed teachers include: Bro.’s Steven Cox, John Launchbury, Brad Ricks and James Diliberto. Registration is now open at operationonesimus.org. MISSION Operation Onesimus… Read More Fund Raising for Operation Onesimus

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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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Being in isolation #8 Those isolating themselves and those being isolated by others

On our own we do try to follow up the task given by Jesus Christ to all his followers. Living in isolation recognising the isolation of so many in ancient times we can put hope form their work and their strong will to continue to do the work of God. Though isolated from brethren and… Read More Being in isolation #8 Those isolating themselves and those being isolated by others

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Being in isolation #5 Isolated Biblical figures and Confessional isolation

A demographic isolation is what comes not only to the Belgian Christadelphians but to many of this faith group because there are just not enough Christadelphians all over the world. That is a fact we do have to live with. The small numbers of areas in which Christadelphians are located with congregations and the movement… Read More Being in isolation #5 Isolated Biblical figures and Confessional isolation

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Germinating small seeds, pebble-stones, small and mega churches and faith

In this darkened world there is not much interest in God, but we must be honest that there are some Christians, though they have taken Jesus as their god, there is a sincere love for God. Those trinitarian Christians still have to grow and have to find out that Jesus is the Way to God… Read More Germinating small seeds, pebble-stones, small and mega churches and faith

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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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Christadelphian Meal A Day UK – Seeking 3 new trustees

From: Gordon Dawes <gordon@meal-a-day.org> During the next 18 months CMaD UK anticipates three trustee vacancies arising, due to retirements from the committee. Initial expressions of interest are invited from any members of our UK community who have deep empathy for CMaD’s work amongst the poor in Africa and Eastern Europe, and who would be willing… Read More Christadelphian Meal A Day UK – Seeking 3 new trustees

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Appeal for help with Bible Education Centre in Chiang Mai, Thailand

The Bible Education Centre (BEC) in Chiang Mai, in northern Thailand, is greatly in need of brothers and sisters who have a strong desire to teach the true gospel to our friends. From the beginning of 2012, mission workers have been teaching the gospel in Chiang Mai and other areas of northern Thailand. With two… Read More Appeal for help with Bible Education Centre in Chiang Mai, Thailand

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