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Noel Ramsey was born in Belfast in 1960 and lived there for several years until his family moved to Newtownabbey. After school he worked for ten years as a Coachbuilder. After a football accident he was confined in bed for a month and it was during this time that he was challenged, through reading the Bible, to give up his job and go to Bible College. He completed a 3-year course, leaving in 1990. Noel and Sandra were married in 1985. They have three children, Jason, Sarah and Hannah. After Bible College training they spent one year working with the Mission to Mobile Homes in Lincolnshire. Their work was to tell mobile home dwellers about the Lord Jesus. They then spent over seven years in a church in Eston, Middlesbrough where Noel was the Minister. Noel became Minister of Scotton Evangelical Church, as Wensleydale Evangelical Church was then called, in March 1999.

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December 2016
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Anniversary – Wensleydale church celebrates 25th

On Friday 7 October, Wensleydale Evangelical Church, Leyburn, celebrated its 25th anniversary. The history of the church goes back to 1985, when two families moved near Catterick Garrison. They were then members of an evangelical church 15 miles away, and shared concern about the lack of evangelical churches in this area. They began to…

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Reviews – The happiness of heaven – Maurice Roberts – Reformation Heritage Books

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February 2011
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Reviews – The happiness of heaven – Maurice Roberts – Reformation Heritage Books

The happiness of heaven Maurice RobertsReformation Heritage Books, 124 pages, £7-99, ISBN: 978-1-60178-081-2 What happens to children who die in infancy? Will we recognise one another in heaven? Do people in heaven know what is happening on earth? These are some of the questions this book seeks to answer.      The book's main thrust is to…

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Book Review – The Ulster awakening – John Weir – Banner of Truth

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March 2010
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Book Review – The Ulster awakening – John Weir – Banner of Truth

The Ulster awakening - an account of the 1859 revival in Ireland John WeirBanner of Truth; 280 pages; £7.50; ISBN: 978-1-84871-037-5 As an Ulsterman I have read quite a lot about the 1859 revival in my beloved homeland. So it was good to be given the opportunity to review this book. It was first published in 1860…

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Review – JESUS the life-changer – Simon J. Robinson – Day One Publications

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October 2009
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Review – JESUS the life-changer – Simon J. Robinson – Day One Publications

JESUS the life-changer Simon J. RobinsonDay One Publications; 127 pages; £7; ISBN: 978-1-84625-123-8This is a fascinating and unusual book as it looks at Jesus through the eyes of those who met him. The nineteen chapters are all relatively short and can each be read in 10-15 minutes. The nature of this book means that there…

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Review – Opening up Proverbs – Day One

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September 2008
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Review – Opening up Proverbs – Day One

Opening up Proverbs Jim NewheiserDay One; 192 pages; £8.00; ISBN: 978-1-84625-110-8 Having heard much about this series from Day One, I was glad to receive this book to review. It is easy to read and is suitable for Christians of all ages and maturity - a very practical treatment yet rooted in solid theology. The book…

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Review – David; man of prayer, man of war – Banner of Truth

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April 2008
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Review – David; man of prayer, man of war – Banner of Truth

David; man of prayer, man of warWalter J. ChantryBanner of Truth; 294 pages; £12.50ISBN: 978-0-85151-953-1 This is an excellent book dealing with the life of David - a life that was rich and varied and took him from shepherd boy to king. God was with him through it all, guiding him in all the circumstances…

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