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October 2014
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‘Innocent fun’? Think again!

Extensive research has discovered that the evils of pornography exist in every sector of society. How many people purchase the daily newspaper containing pictures of a less than scantily clad female and do not even hesitate, because over the years this behaviour has become normalised? Pornography is a largely invisible empire, catering to the…

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October 2014
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‘More people, more active, more often’

This is the slogan of the Trafford sports centres. I have been visiting my local gym now for a number of years. One thing is certain, the gym is not working to anywhere near full capacity. This reminds me of many churches, and I think this would also make a great slogan for any…

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September 2014
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Prison Fellowship International and Christianity Explored

The Christianity Explored (CE) course is to form a key part of PFI’s strategy of taking the gospel to prisoners throughout the world. PFI (https//pfi.org) was founded in 1979. It currently undertakes monthly prison ministry in 3700 prisons, in 127 countries. The prisoner’s journey, PFI’s three-strand evangelism programme — of which CE is the…

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September 2014
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Suffering Church Action Week, 26 October – 2 November 2014

Barnabas Fund is calling on churches and individual Christians to set aside Suffering Church Action Week to focus on our brothers and sisters who suffer for their faith. The theme, ‘Living in Babylon — faithful to Christ in a hostile world’, provides an opportunity, not only to consider how Christians need to remain faithful…

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August 2014
Articles > World Mission > Asia > Western Asia > Bahrain

New ways of reaching Arab lands

Staff and volunteers in Egypt and Lebanon form the two main Arabic media ministry teams. These cooperate with others in countries like Jordan, Sudan and Bahrain. Most are in their 20s or early 30s. Connected over the internet by Skype, we regularly wrestle in brainstorming sessions on how to best bring the gospel of…

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August 2014
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Pastor Training International (PTI) 10th anniversary

This year marks the 10th anniversary of PTI and we are, in the first place, grateful — grateful to all our supporters, but most of all to God for all he has done. The Lord has a plan for the next ten years and our task is to understand what it is and do…

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June 2014
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Sending missionaries costs money!

It takes money to get dedicated people to the mission field, and yet more money to keep them there and provide the tools they need for the job. Faithful stewardship of time, talent and money are called for, if the work of God around the world is to move forward. As Christians, we cannot…

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