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All articles by Peter Jeffery

Peter was ordained to the ministry in 1963 at age 25 and served as the Minister at Ebenezer Congregational Church in Cwmbran, Wales. In 1972 he accepted a call to Rugby Evangelical Free Church where he ministered until 1986. In 1986 Peter went to Bethlehem Evangelical Church. There he ministered faithfully until 1994. After that, Peter had an itinerant ministry of preaching and evangelism allowing him to preach at churches and conferences in Wales, England, Scotland, Ireland, Australia, Spain, and the U.S.A.
He passed away in August 2017

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September 2015
Articles > Biblical/theological

The unique gospel

  How a person becomes a Christian is of vital and prime importance. In Galatians 1:3, Paul very simply tells us that it is through ‘the Lord Jesus Christ, who gave himself for our sins and rescued us from the present evil age’. This is the gospel. This is God’s way of salvation. It…

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June 2015
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

Holy Spirit power

When Jesus said that without him we can do nothing (John 15:5), he was stressing the need for a power beyond our natural abilities. That power is Holy Spirit power.

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December 2014
Evangelistic

Christmas – truth or tradition?

Truth and tradition have always been in contention. And this is especially true when it comes to the subject of Christmas. This is a season full of traditions, from Santa Claus, to Rudolph the reindeer, to Christmas trees. These are harmless and happy traditions, except when they push the truth out of Christmas. God’s…

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December 2013
Evangelistic

What if Christmas was in June?

If Christmas was in June, we could stop dreaming of a white Christmas, and Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer would not have been invented.   So much of our Christmas traditions are the result of the holiday being held in mid-winter. But Christmas is not in mid-winter everywhere.      Several years ago I was in…

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July 2013
Articles > World Mission

God’s longsuffering

My wife had an accident in our car. It was not a bad accident and thankfully no one was hurt, but the insurance company decided that our eight-year-old Ford was a write-off. It was scrapped. What if God was to say about mankind, ‘Enough is enough! I have had enough of their atheistic ideas…

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May 2013
Articles > Biblical/theological

All of grace

What is grace? Grace is the free, unmerited, undeserved favour of God to sinners. It is needed because of the character of God and the character of man.   Though man was created in the image of God, able to know and enjoy him, he sinned and was separated from God.    Sin has…

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Truth or tradition?

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December 2012
Evangelistic

Truth or tradition?

Truth or tradition? Truth and tradition have usually been in contention. And this is especially true when it comes to the subject of Christmas. Christmas is a season full of traditions, from Santa Claus to Rudolph the reindeer, to Christmas trees. These are harmless and happy traditions, except when they push the truth out…

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