How would your church respond to disaster?

Sep 4, 2017 by

from AAC: It’s been heartening to see the Body of Christ in action after Hurricane Harvey. Several churches, including the Anglican Church in North America’s (ACNA) Church of the Apostles in Houston, became makeshift shelters. There are denominational efforts like the ACNA’s Anglican Relief and...

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Local church and global mission

Aug 22, 2017 by

by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. In 1997 Mark and Lindy left England to live in Tanzania. For fifteen years they were involved in a number of ministries, mainly working with church-based programmes of basic theological education, church leadership training and community development. Before...

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Bringing the gospel to England – The story of Trinity Church Scarborough

Aug 16, 2017 by

from The Revd Lee McMunn, Gafcon: In April 2016, I announced to my church family in Hull that God had given me a burning passion to plant a church in the English seaside town of Scarborough. In fact, God has given me a gospel ambition to see many churches planted in this country. This land is full...

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20,000+ expected at Emirates to hear J John

Jul 8, 2017 by

from Inspire Magazine: Some 20,000+ people from across the UK will be at the Emirates Stadium in London on Saturday (8 July, 1pm) to hear international evangelist J John preach. J John is a large-scale proclamation evangelist, who has preached in stadiums and arenas across the globe. There hasn’t...

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Learning from the parable of Tim Farron 

Jun 20, 2017 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. The Church often seems keen to skate over or even deny what it really believes, in an effort to be taken seriously. Do we have something to learn from recent political events? Tim Farron, former leader of the Liberal Democrats, has been seen by most people as...

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‘A perfect storm’ – could this mean the end of Christian missionaries?

May 29, 2017 by

By Eddie Arthur, Christian Today For years, missionaries and mission agencies have been a part of church life in the UK. Missionary prayer meetings, tea and cakes with mission partners back on home leave and midweek visits from mission agency reps touting for support. These have all been part of...

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