Church leaders commit to joining forces for UK mission

Church leaders commit to joining forces for UK mission Church leaders from across denominations committed to renewed unity in evangelism and mission last week ...

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MissionAssist completes easy English online Bible

MissionAssist completes easy English online Bible An easy-to-read version of the Bible, which uses a vocabulary of just 1,200 words, has now been completed ...

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J John: the Resurrection really does make sense

J John: the Resurrection really does make sense Is the resurrection of Jesus logical? J JOHN explains why he is convinced it is …

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Grub up – church/school combo gets pupils chomping

Grub up – church/school combo gets pupils chomping Children from one of Wales’ most deprived areas are getting free hot meals after school – thanks to a partnership between the local church and school ...

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'If you're real and you're there – answer me'

'If you're real and you're there – answer me' Singer and poet Lynne Bradley tells MANDY PILZ how her life in show business played a key part in her journey to faith ...

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Jason Carter is an extraordinary guitarist who travels the world building bridges between faiths and cultures with his music. We interviewed him in our August 2007 issue. This piece is an old composition re-recorded with harp guitar and is the first track from his new album out in June. Jason explains: "Filmed on location in Sri Lanka on the east coast where the tsunami hit, the children in the film were at the Butterfly Peace Garden in Batticaloa, a day care centre for children."

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