2018/09 Dare to be Different September is a month of change for our young people. For some, it is the start of a new term at school or university, while for others it is the start of a new place of training or moving into the world of work. All this change can be overwhelming.
2018/07 The Importance of Sound Doctrine Increasingly and sadly, within evangelicalism, there is a diminishing appetite for what the Spirit of God identifies as sound doctrine. Towards the close of his ministry, Paul warned the church of Christ, “the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine” (2 Timothy 4:3). The word ‘endure’
2018/05 All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name Rev E P Scott, a missionary to India, one day saw a man who was very clearly a stranger in the city. He knew that this man was lost and unsure as to where he was trying to get to. Mr Scott approached the man and started
2018/03 Read Any Good Books Lately? I’m tempted to put it still more pointedly: ‘Read any books at all lately?’ Market research informs us that reading books is on the decline, and that decline is steeper still in relation to good books. Children, we are told, have lost much of their passion for reading by
2018/03 Wanted - Workers maybe God is calling you to go further...The God who calls you into His work will supply your need as you do His work and His will. In our own denomination at present there are many needs. Perhaps one of the greatest is the need for more workers. There are vacant
2018/03 The Ninety and Nine May we ever have an interest in the individual and do all that we can to bring him to Christ. The American evangelist D L Moody enlisted the help of Ira Sankey as song leader and soloist at his campaigns. They became a renowned duo and travelled around preaching and singing
2018/01 A Fresh Start He who wanders from God will never be truly happy until he gets right with God. The hustle and bustle of Christmas and the New Year are over for another year, and it’s time to look forward to what 2018 has in store. Of course the start of a year brings
2017/03 Thinking Right in a Wrong Thinking World Recently I read a strange story, a cross between a fable and science fiction. It told of a man who made magic glasses that would enable one to see other people and events as they really were. They were truth glasses. But it seemed that few people really
2017/03 What's In It For Me? (Part 2) Last issue we asked the question: ‘What’s in it for me?’ Some may object that presenting the benefits of being a Christian panders to man’s innate selfishness. However, the Lord acknowledges that we have a love for ourselves. We are to love our neighbour as ourselves.
2017/01 WIIFM? What's In It For Me? What’s in it for me?’ is a question that shows the carnality of the natural man. ‘If I do this, what do I get in return?’ Such a mind-set undergirds the question the unconverted may ask: ‘Why would I want to be a Christian?’ We must answer the