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They have forgotten…
They have forgotten…
Ruth E. Palgrave

They Have Forgotten...: An Urgent Plea for Evangelicals to Recognise the Danger of the Ecumenical Movement and Remember the Stand That the British ... and Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones Took Against it

Pastoring the Pastor
Tim Cooper

Daniel Donford is a new pastor: excited, filled with bright dreams, anticipating a big future for him and his new church, Broadfield Community Church. However opposition and obstacles lie just ahead, and both may end his journey into pastoral ministry…

Intended for Good – The Providence of God
Melvin Tinker

'... in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose' (Romans 8:28) The Puritans used to say that 'providence is the last refuge of the saints'. Melvin Tinker's…

Darwin and Lady Hope
L. R. Croft

She has been described as a fraudster, a liar, a notorious hoaxer, and the 'fabricator of the ghastliest piece of gossip about any modern scientist'. ELIZABETH LADY HOPE, the daughter of General Sir Arthur Cotton, and the widow of Admiral-of-the-Fleet,…

Discovering the Hidden Lamb
Gill Jacobs

A story of two lambs: the orphaned lamb Ben cares for, and Jesus, the Lamb of God. Bible events woven into this story are seen through Ben’s eyes as he struggles to understand who Jesus is while trying to save…

Unconverted Sons & Daughters
Carl Muller

While children are a gift from the Lord and enrich our lives inestimably, parenting is not for the fainthearted. The rigours of raising children often lead to "hands which hang down and...feeble knees”! This is particularly true when the children…

Reviving the Heart
Richard Turnbull

The English Revival of the eighteenth century was an exciting time. What caused the Revival? Why did it spread? Did it prevent a revolution in the UK, similar to that which had convulsed France? And what effect did it have,…