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Words to live by

In the late 19th century, researchers discovered a Latin letter signed by a W Tindalus, or William Tyndale, the famous translator who gave the English-speaking world its first vernacular Bible. The letter was written not long before his death and was addressed to an authority at the prison in Vilvoorde. The bitter cold and…

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September 2018
News > International

International: Greece – Fire victims receive help

Greek people left homeless and injured after wildfires ravaged suburbs around Athens have received help and counselling from UK-based rapid response Team chaplains, from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. In July, the volunteers were deployed to the resort town of Mati to share hope in crisis alongside the local church community. The wildfires, the…

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May 2018
Articles > Youth Features

YOUTH FEATURE: William Tyndale — more than a translator

William Tyndale was born around 1494 in Gloucestershire, most probably in Stinchcombe. In the English-speaking world he is arguably one of the most influential men since the apostles. He was a Christian, preacher, theologian, translator and Reformer, yet was executed for heresy by strangulation, and then his body was burned. Not much is known…

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June 2001
Articles > Greece

Missionary Spotlight – The Greek Diaspora

Apart from Greece and Cyprus, Greeks are found all over the world. There are still many Greeks living in countries like Turkey, Italy and Egypt, which have had large Greek communities from ancient times. Today Greeks form a significant ethnic minority numbering hundreds of thousands in many parts of Europe and in the former…

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