Monthly Archives: January 2014

The test of fellowship: Jim Packer’s 18 Most Important Words.

We’ve been looking through Jim Packer’s “18 words: The Most Important Words You Will Ever Know” and have reached fellowship.  I’ve never thought of fellowship as a test, but Jim Packer does and it wasn’t the test I thought of.  … Continue reading

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How to share the Gospel: Archibald G. Brown

Someone has kindly sent me a biography of Archibald G. Brown by Iain H. Murray.  Brown was the Minister at East London Tabernacle for many years, the church we were part of for 18 years (later than Archibald Brown’s time!). … Continue reading

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The Resurrection changes everything: Passion for Life 2014

Rico Tice explains why the resurrection is at the heart of the Christian faith. We may be using this around Easter as we try to reach out to Bishopdown with the Gospel.

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Where are Christians persecuted the most?

In which country are Christians persecuted the most? For 12 years Open Doors has ranked North Korea as the country where Christians face the most persecution for their faith: Last week I was reminded of a testimony I had … Continue reading

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