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Roger Carswell

1 Mar, 2014

Death of an innocent

by Roger Carswell

Death of an innocent Day 1 After a night in a filthy dungeon the prisoner was led away to the governor for sentence. Tired and exhausted the prisoner was made to stand as he was questioned. The judge despite recognising his innocence, nevertheless released a well known terrorist in order to please the mob, who…

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1 May, 2012

Eric Liddell: the Olympic flying Scotsman

by Roger Carswell

Eric Liddell: the Olympic flying Scotsman The inspiring film Chariots of Fire reminded the world of Eric Liddell who ran for gold at the Paris Olympics in 1924. He was the Usain Bolt or the Michael Phelps of his day. Eric Liddell was born in 1902 in the city of Tianjin in China. His parents…

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1 Mar, 2012

Titanic: A night to remember

by Roger Carswell

A night to remember The largest passenger steamer of her day, SS Titanic was launched from Belfast’s Harland and Wolff famous shipyard in 1911. She was sumptuous and luxurious, having cost £1.5million to build and weighing 46,329 tons. Thousands of people lined Belfast Lough to watch her sail majestically on her maiden journey. The Titanic’s…

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1 Nov, 2011

Handel’s Messiah

by Roger Carswell

Handel’s Messiah A tingling down the spine, or tears rolling down the cheeks is quite normal for those who hear or participate in Handel’s Messiah. To attend Messiah, which is a musical gospel tract telling the story of ‘the Anointed One’, Jesus the Messiah, is a must-experience in life. Composed by George Friedrich Handel, it…

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1 Jul, 2011

Why doesn’t God stop the trouble?

by Roger Carswell

Why doesn’t God stop the trouble? Something is wrong with our world. Disease and death come as uninvited guests to wreck our comfort zones and leave us questioning. We have grown tired of false hopes and promises, whether made by politicians, doctors, bosses or lovers. Most of us are conscious that there is a God,…

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1 Jul, 2010

A strategy for church evangelism

by Roger Carswell

A strategy for church evangelism One of the changes in evangelistic approach over recent years is the development of event based, and targeted evangelistic meetings. Undoubtedly, focusing our outreach for particular groups of people can be quite effective. So events aimed specifically at men, women, the young or the elderly, lawyers, students etc., does seem…

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1 Jul, 2010

Concerns regarding evangelistic preaching today.

by Roger Carswell

Concerns regarding evangelistic preaching today, by Roger Carswell When Andrew Neil resigned as the editor of the Sunday Times, a decade or more ago, he commented “I have been a journalist now for the last twenty years, and I have chronicled the decline of a nation.” An American actor recently spoke of his love of…

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13 Aug, 1993

Roger Carswell – Aber 1993

by Roger Carswell

Friday evening at Aber 1993. Roger Carswell speaking on Job 1:13-22 – ‘Job’s Comfort’

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15 Aug, 1990

Roger Carswell – Aber 1990

by Roger Carswell

Wednesday evening at Aber 1990. Roger Carswell speaking on 2 Corinthians 11:3 – ‘The simplicity that is in Christ’

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