Priorities for our Christadelphian community and for the spreading of Good News

In Belgium we are a very very tiny community. Our mother-church in England has many baptised members and everywhere in Great-Britain you shall be able to find Christadelphian Halls. Not so in Belgium, the Netherlands nor in France. We are not so lucky or not so blessed. The difference with us and other Christian denominational… Read More Priorities for our Christadelphian community and for the spreading of Good News

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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 “no eye for the coming king and real liberation” (May 04)

Today’s thought “no eye for the coming king and real liberation” (May 04) Deuteronomy 21, Songs of songs 1, Acts 13 On  April the 27th the northern part of the Low countries celebrated Koningsdag or King’s Day (marking the birth of KingWillem-Alexander) and got a national holiday in the Kingdom of the Netherlands. In the… Read More Today’s thought “no eye for the coming king and real liberation” (May 04)

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Evangelisation, local preaching opposite overseas evangelism

Dave Burke asks: Why is our local preaching so unsuccessful while our overseas evangelism rises from strength to strength? It’s not that we don’t know how to evangelise, or that preaching the Gospel isn’t important to us. Instead I believe it’s because overseas mission work is largely unfettered by the restrictions of the pervading culture… Read More Evangelisation, local preaching opposite overseas evangelism

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