Today’s thought “Things known from of old” (November 4)

Today’s thought “Things known from of old” (November 4) Today we read details about the extensive missionary work of the Apostle Paul; first with Barnabas, then with Silas. Paul and Barnabas returned to Antioch and “declared all that God had done with them, and how he had opened a door of faith to the Gentiles”… Read More Today’s thought “Things known from of old” (November 4)

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Concerning talking about prophecy when tragedy is at the doorstep

Our Persian brethren received tragic news the past few days. On Wednesday 2020 January 8, tensions between the US and Iran “contributed” to the downing of flight PS 752 on its way from Tehran to Kiev. The semi-official state outlet Fars News Agency reported that after being informed of the error in the country’s air… Read More Concerning talking about prophecy when tragedy is at the doorstep

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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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Baptism in a Belgian smalltown swimming pool

Last July Ola, a former Muslim from Senegal, walked some hours in searing heat from his migrant camp in the countryside to meet our brethren who had taken the channel tunnel and high speed train.  The English brethren did the baptism in the smalltown swimming pool, full of Belgian schoolkids on holiday camp, they looked… Read More Baptism in a Belgian smalltown swimming pool

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