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November 2020
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Bible Spreading Union’s 126th annual meeting

The 126th annual meeting of the Bible Spreading Union was held in September at Bexley Strict Baptist Chapel, Kent. The preacher was Mr F. M. J. Raynsford who helpfully spoke from Genesis 3, emphasising the literal truth of the Bible’s opening chapters. Genesis 3 documents the entrance of sin into a perfect creation through…

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November 2020
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Truth in Science Summer School online

The second annual Truth in Science (TiS) Summer School was held online in early September. The conference attracted 67 registrants (including 55 students) – a marked increase from 30 delegates last year. TiS aims to give university students a foundation enabling them to stand firm for biblical truth in the face of anti-Christian sentiments…

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September 2020
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EMF Zoom youth conference

The European Mission Fellowship held their first youth conference via Zoom in July. Around 30 young people joined online for the event. Filipe Rodrigues from Portugal was the guest missionary speaker. The programme included an introduction to the work of EMF by Mission Director Steven Bowers, a quiz on Europe, a Portuguese song, a…

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September 2020
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London Seminary’s thanksgiving service

In June over 100 people joined via Zoom for London Seminary’s annual Thanksgiving Service. The event is normally held at the seminary’s main campus in Finchley, where former guest speakers include Mark Dever, Al Mohler, and Geoff Thomas. This year, the gathering was conducted online for the first time due to Covid-19 restrictions. Lecturers,…

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April 2020
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The ‘Wonders of creation’ event at Bere Regis Congregational Church

About 90 people gathered at Bere Regis Congregational Chapel in January for a day’s teaching on ‘Wonders of creation: design in a fallen world’. Colin Mitchell (Moorlands College) spoke on ‘Why biblical creation is good theology’, reminding us that the best commentary on the subject of creation is the Bible itself. Andy McIntosh, Emeritus…

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April 2020
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50th anniversary for Crieff Fellowship

The 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Crieff Fellowship was marked by an exceptional conference of preaching, reflection, fellowship, and prayer. The January event is an annual gathering of ministers from across Scotland. This year the principal speaker was Dr Joel Beeke, pastor, professor, and prolific author from Grand Rapids, Michigan. He delivered…

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July 2019
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Prof. Julian Evans speaks about the role of trees in the Bible

Professor Julian Evans, OBE is a forestry expert. He studied the subject at Bangor University and later became President of the Institute of Chartered Foresters. He is also an evangelical Christian, lay preacher and author of Day One Publications’ God’s Trees. In April, Julian gave an accompanying talk at Gillingham Baptist Church, Dorset. He…

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January 2019
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Grace Baptist Mission Day

‘Facing a task unfinished, that drives us to our knees, a need that undiminished, rebukes our slothful ease’. Although written almost 90 years ago these words from the hymn by Frank Houghton are as true today as they were then. Some 700 believers from Grace Baptist Churches all over the UK gathered for the…

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December 2018
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Events – What is man?

The latest ‘Alpha and Omega Conference’ took place on Saturday 6 October, when Professor Edgar Andrews (see p.3) delivered two lectures based on his new book What is Man? Adam, alien or ape? These half-day conferences are held usually twice a year at the Campus Church, Welwyn Garden City, and feature issues of current…

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December 2018
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Events – 50th anniversary in Wolverhampton

An anniversary gives us another opportunity to remember, and on 15-16 September 2018 the members and friends of West Park Church, Wolverhampton, recalled and celebrated God’s goodness since the founding of the church 50 years ago. In those days it was called Merridale Church and was in a different part of the city. Much…

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December 2018
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Event – The art of faithful failure

Seventy per cent of Christians know who they want to invite to church, but never do — something Michael Harvey, founder of the National Weekend of Invitation and Back to Church Sunday, reckons can change if Christians think differently. Talking to a packed hall at the Christian Resources Exhibition 2018, at Sandown Park in…

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December 2018
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Event – Christian Heritage exhibition

The Christian Heritage Centre continued to see a good number of visitors visit its exhibition during this summer. Situated in Providence Chapel in Rowley Regis, near Birmingham, it was set up to demonstrate the impact that Christianity has had on our country. The story of Christianity in Britain is told through a series of…

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