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All articles by Andrew Davies

Andrew Davies studied at the Universities of London and Oxford. He pastored churches in New Zealand, Australia, London and Wales, taught church history and homiletics at London Theological Seminary, Wales Evangelical School of Theology and Evangelical Movement of Wales Theological Training Course. Now engaged in an itinerant ministry, Andrew lives in Cwmbran, South Wales, is married to Pam and has 4 adult children and 10 grandchildren.

Eternity? What’s that?

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December 2007
Evangelistic

Eternity? What’s that?

Eternity? What's that?

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Really good news!

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December 2005
Evangelistic

Really good news!

The news that a mother is expecting a baby is good news for the whole family, but especially for the mother, She shares the news with other who, in turn, are glad to congratulate her.In the months that follow, she will become aware of physical changes in her body as the baby develops. She…

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What a lovely surprise!

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December 2004
Evangelistic

What a lovely surprise!

Recently a friend told me the moving story of her husband's death a few months ago following a short, uncomfortable illness. Just before he died he opened his eyes wide with an expression of joyful wonder and said: 'What a lovely surprise!' He was a Christian believer looking forward to heaven. It would seem…

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The birth of faith

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December 2003
Evangelistic

The birth of faith

The birth of Christ has one great purpose - to bring about the 'birth' of faith. The God who bridged the gap between the divine and the human when he gave Christ to the world, is the same God who bridges the gap between unbelief and faith in our hearts' experience.The Christmas hymn makes…

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Come and see

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December 2002
Evangelistic

Come and see

At the heart of the Christmas message is a scandal. Let's be clear about this. We are being told that God made himself known as our Saviour in one particular person, in one particular place, and at one particular time. He decided to reveal himself through a group of insignificant people, living in a…

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November 1999
Articles > Guest column

Influential words from wise men

Over the years certain sayings have helped to clarify my thinking and have had a formative influence in my life. One such saying comes from Daniel Rowland (1711-90) who said that throughout his life he had been seeking to learn four lessons: 'to repent, without despairing; to be angry without sinning'. The fact that…

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