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December 2018
Articles > Evangelistic

Mary’s Song

This month people all over the world will celebrate Christmas. For many, it will simply mean time off work to sit back, relax and indulge in chocolates, presents, and elaborate roast dinners. However, the true meaning of Christmas is much deeper. Christians celebrate Christmas to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, the Son of…

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Event – English Reformation lecture

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November 2018
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Event – English Reformation lecture

Dr Lesley Rowe, Associate Fellow in History at the University of Warwick, gave the third and final lecture in her series on the Reformation in England at Little Hill Church in Wigston, Leicester, on 17 September 2018. The lecture focused on Anthony Gilby, one of the most influential Leicestershire reformers, who was known as…

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August 2018
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Event – Church history in Leicestershire

On Saturday 2 June, Dr Lesley Rowe and Mrs Christine Meller each gave a historical talk at Barton in the Beans Baptist Chapel in Leicestershire. The church history afternoon has been an annual event at Barton in the Beans since 2000, and each year the talks focus on different men and women from church…

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May 2018
News > Conferences

Conference – John Wycliffe

On Monday 26 February, Dr Lesley Rowe gave a church history lecture at Little Hill Church in Wigston, Leicester. Dr Rowe is an Associate Fellow in History at the University of Warwick. She has lived in Leicestershire for about 30 years and has given many lectures on church history and published two books. This…

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Sought and found by God

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December 2015
Evangelistic

Sought and found by God

Rachel Heaps is the daughter-in-law of Graham Heaps, who was the pastor of Dewsbury Evangelical Church for 41 years, before retiring at the end of 2014. . Rachel grew up in a non-Christian household and had an unhappy home life. ‘When I was just 13, my mum left my dad, and took my 9-year-old…

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Church planting in Yorkshire

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August 2015
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Church planting in Yorkshire

A new initiative to mission Yorkshire is to be launched, later this year. A number of Christians in North and West Yorkshire started to meet in 2014 to discuss church planting.  Yorkshire has a larger population than California, and 35 other states in the US. It is more populous than Ireland, Denmark, New Zealand and…

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April 2015
News > Youth Features

Biblical literacy

Easter is an important time for Christians to commemorate Christ’s death and resurrection. Indeed, the Bible tells us God ‘forgave us all our sins, having cancelled the charge of our legal indebtedness, which stood against us and condemned us; he has taken it away, nailing it to the cross’ (Colossians 2:13-14). Yet despite this incredible…

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