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1 Sep, 2010

Trick or treat?

by Matt Ingle

Trick or treat? Growing up, I remember being told by my mum that we didn’t ‘do’ Halloween because it was celebrating evil. I went into school and repeated my mum’s words and you can guess what happened. All my classmates laughed and said, ‘Great, let’s celebrate evil!’ They didn’t see the problem. In today’s culture…

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1 Sep, 2010

Jesus Christ high overall

by Neville Rees

Jesus Christ high overall Abraham Kuyper of Holland (1837-1920) said: There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Jesus Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry ‘Mine’. What a statement! This certainly puts the Name and Person of Jesus Christ in the list of the…

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1 Jul, 2010

A great cloud of volcanic ash

by Timothy Cross

A great cloud of volcanic ash As I write in late April 2010, there are no aeroplanes flying overhead here in the UK. This is due to a volcano which has erupted in Iceland. The volcano has sent a huge cloud of ash into the atmosphere, the particles from which, it is considered, would damage…

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1 Jul, 2010

Mission Wales

by Graham John

Mission Wales The Evangelical Movement of Wales is committed to helping and encouraging you and your church to reach out. Many have fears about the physical demands on small churches, young churches or ageing congregations. Others are concerned about finance. Some worry about follow up… what happens if? But the opportunities are great and the…

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1 Jul, 2010

Turning points in church history: William Carey

by John Legg

William Carey, the father of modern missions? On 2 October 1792 twelve Baptist pastors, meeting in Kettering, resolved to form ‘The Particular Baptist Society for the Propagation of the Gospel amongst the Heathen’, the first of many similar ventures. William Carey, the inspiration behind this, has generally been known as ‘the father of modern missions’….

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1 Jul, 2010

Reaching your neighbours

by Giles Coughlan

Reaching your neighbours Want to reach your neighbours, but don’t know how? Would love to share the gospel with those living around you but find yourself tongue-tied and afraid? Then this article is for you! I have deliberately avoided telling you ‘how to’ evangelise, instead I hope to help you develop your own approach with…

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1 Jul, 2010

Acts 29

by Steve Timmis

Acts 29 For many of us, mission is still mainly about what is done in far away places by particular kinds of people. This enduring image needs to be consigned to the wastepaper bin at the earliest opportunity! Mission is something that begins in our hearts as we apply the gospel moment by moment, and…

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1 Jul, 2010

Real Lives November 2010

by Graham John

Real Lives November 2010 In the 1st week of November Roger Carswell, Paul Hinton & Jeremy Hudson will be involved in a mission in Swansea.  The interesting fact here is that the mission will be run between FIVE evangelical churches in the area.  They are Ebenezer Swansea, Bethel Clydach, Noddfa Pontardulais, Llanelli Evangelical Church, &…

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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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