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News – Meeting at Milland

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January 1970
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News – Meeting at Milland

Meeting at Milland   Many may ask 'Where is Milland?' It is a beautiful village on the border of Surrey and Sussex, where Rev. Gareth Jones ministers. This was the location for a great evening in March when the work of Pastor Training International (PTI) and Christian Books Worldwide (CBW) was presented. Alan Levy,…

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January 1970
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News – Australia to censor internet

Australia to censor internetAustralia's new government is planning tough new rules to protect children from online pornography and violence by forcing internet providers to vet website content. The recently victorious Labour government wants internet service providers to filter content to ensure households and schools do not receive 'inappropriate' material. Protesters say it will erode…

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January 1970
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News – Gospel Advocate Relief Fund (GARF)

Gospel Advocate Relief Fund (GARF)GARF was founded in 1878 to help needy gospel ministers, their widows and dependants. It is still helping where churches are struggling to support their pastors. GARF grew out of the Gospel Advocate magazine, first published in January 1869 by A. J. Baxter. The magazine's aims were to unite and edify…

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November 2007
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News – Muslim leaders court Christians

To mark the end of Ramadan this year 'An Open Letter and Call from Muslim Religious Leaders' was published dated 13th October 2007. The letter called A common word between us and you was addressed to Pope Benedict XVI and 26 other named heads of Christian denominations as well as to 'leaders of Christian…

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January 1970
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News – London murders

London murdersHomicide figures from Scotland Yard suggest that most murders in Greater London last year were committed by foreigners, according to statistics reported in the Times newspaper.According to the report, out of 47 killings between April and September 2007, 26 of the suspects (55%) are not Britons. In 19 cases the killer is believed…

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January 1970
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Not so friendly

Not so friendlyThe user-friendly approach to church growth, promoted by the Willow Creek and similar movements, is not so friendly after all, it seems. Evidence for this comes from Willow Creek itself. In recent years, the Willow Creek church in Chicago has been conducting a 'spiritual life survey' which uses 'new scientific insights that…

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