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All articles by Vernon Higham

Vernon Higham was born in Caernarfon, North Wales, but moved to Bolton in Lancashire, England, during the depression of the 1930’s.
Following employment and training as a teacher in his early twenties, he attended theological college in Aberystwyth and came to know
Christ’s saving power whilst there in 1953. Vernon Higham pastored churches at Pontardulais, Llanddewi Brefi and Cardiff.
He was pastor of Heath Evangelical Church, Cardiff for 40 years. He is the author of a number of books, pamphlets and tracts.
He has also written a large number of hymns. Vernon Higham was Pastor Emeritus at Tabernacle Cardiff from September 2003 until
14 September 2016, when he passed into the presence of His Saviour.

God’s blessing over 40 years in Cardiff

Historical

February 2007
Articles > Historical

God’s blessing over 40 years in Cardiff

I well remember when the first copy of Evangelical Times arrived. It came at a time in my life which coincided with many events affecting our family. We had recently moved from a Welsh language church to our first English language church in Cardiff, although both were in the Calvinistic Methodist Church of Wales.…

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Darkness and light

Article

December 2004
Evangelistic

Darkness and light

Christ came 'to give knowledge of salvation to his people by the remission of their sins, through the tender mercy of our God by which the Dayspring from on high has visited us - to give light to those who sit in darkness and the shadow of death. To guide our feet into the…

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Article

January 1999
Articles > Guest column

Guest column – The way ahead

A few years ago my wife and I spent a delightful holiday in Ireland and we found it was as beautiful as it is reputed to be. One very interesting thing that I noted there was the signposts. I had often seen picture postcards of the heavily over-loaded posts with signs pointing in every…

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Article

December 1998
Articles > Guest column

True Religion

In the early years of my ministry in Cardiff I read a book which had been recommended to me, and in my opinion it would leave a lasting impression on anyone who read it. It is the sort of book that, as you lay it aside, causes you to become very thoughtful, because you…

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Article

November 1998
Articles > Guest column

Impressions

In today’s world of haste and stress there seems very little opportunity to stay awhile and recall the past. Yet it is a good thing to do occasionally, and just bring to mind past acquaintances and events. For me, many folk that have been a help to me on life’s journey are like milestones…

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