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Waterford House Evangelical Free Church inducts new…

On Saturday, 21st September, Waterford House Evangelical Free Church (near Strood, Kent) held a welcome thanksgiving service for their new…

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The Pastors’ Academy conference puts theology back…

The Pastors’ Academy at London Seminary held its annual two-day conference in September. It was good to catch up with…

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‘Truth 4 Youth’ conference looks at creation…

The Heatree Activity Centre in Dartmoor hosted the annual Truth 4 Youth conference in August. Attracting a host of young…

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From prison to pulpit: 20 years of…

Forty years ago, Pastor Billy McCurrie was an angry young man locked up in the Maze prison, Northern Ireland. Thirty…

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Parents slam government for steering children towards…

More than 30 UK families with transgender children are lobbying the government and the National Health Service over what they…

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Come and Behold Him: Christmas Through Different Eyes
David J. Randall

I found this little book both refreshing and stimulating. In such a short compass, we see the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ through the eyes of fourteen characters in the Bible. These are helpfully grouped in time sequence, beginning…

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The Pastor’s Soul
Jim Savastio

On the basis that pastors live and work under considerable pressure, this short and lucid book aims to offer them some of the help they so greatly need. The authors are both Baptist pastors in Louisville, Kentucky. They write with…

A Face Like A Flint
Jeremy Walker

The title is inspired by Mark 10:32, where Jesus’ disciples were awestruck by the single-minded manner in which he made his way toward Jerusalem. Jeremy Walker describes movingly how the Lord Jesus recognised and embraced his identity as the Son…

Eighteenth Century Christian Leaders
J. C. Ryle

This book is a collection of biographical sketches of evangelical preachers. The first two chapters explain the social and religious setting in which they lived and worked. We then read about J. C. Ryle’s Church of England heroes in the…