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All articles by John Rubens

John currently serves as an elder in Penzance Baptist Church.

News

January 2019
News > Media

Roger Fay retires after 11 years as editor, succeeded by Mike Judge

Roger Fay has announced his retirement as Senior Editor of Evangelical Times, effective from this January 2019 issue, a post he has held for the past eleven years. Roger’s involvement with ET stretches back over some twenty years and he will continue as Chairman of the Board for a further period. During his time…

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Article

April 2013
Articles > Guest column

Fellow workers and fellow soldiers

Identifying with the church of the Lord Jesus Christ in a society that is becoming increasingly hostile towards Christianity takes courage and determination. As faith is privatised and pushed out of the public arena, it becomes increasingly challenging to live holy and Christ-honouring lives. Believers Serious religious decline in the nation together with things…

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Reflecting on the cross

Article

March 2013
Articles > Guest column

Reflecting on the cross

Guest Column Reflecting on the cross It takes courage to make a stand for Christ, particularly in the age in which we live. Other people expect our faith to be kept private and not affect the way we interact with those around us. The privatisation of faith will be a challenge to the people…

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Christian usefulness

Article

February 2013
Articles > Guest column

Christian usefulness

Guest Column         John Rubens Christian usefulness Some years ago, a friend of mine decided to take early retirement from his secular employment and, having done so, promptly resigned as a deacon of his church. His argument was that it was now time to sit back and let others do the work in the church.…

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First EP conference in Kazakhstan

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July 2011
News

First EP conference in Kazakhstan

First EP conference in Kazakhstan   Kazakhstan is the ninth largest country in the world; its territory is equal to that of Western Europe, yet its population only a little over 16 million people.      It borders with Russia to the north and China to the south; it is the land of Genghis Khan…

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