At the foot of the cross

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A beautiful worship song, by Kathryn Scott.

Prayer focus: Christians in Kurdistan

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Here is a link to the article on Prophecy Today regarding the plight of Christians in the Kurdish areas of Iraq. It seems God is moving there and many former Muslims are becoming believers in Jesus. However, the situation for Christians is dire, and they need our prayers and support. I’ve posted this link so we can all be aware of the situation in order to pray into it. The fellowship has already made a donation to this work, but our ongoing prayers are vital as we seek to be a blessing to these believers.

The Plight of Christians in Kurdistan

Christmas Carol Service

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Join us for our Carol Service on Saturday, 23rd December, at 6pm.

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The peace that dare not speak its name: untold story of Arab-Jewish reconciliation.

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Mosab Yousef, speaking at the UN last week

I saw this video this week, shared on Facebook by a congregational leader in Israel. It is of a former Muslim terrorist, the son of a Hamas leader & founder, speaking out at the UN on behalf of Israel, no less!

This amazingly courageous young man, Mosab Hassan Yousef, is now a believer in Jesus, and he recently spoke at the UN Human Rights Council on behalf of UN Watch, a non-governmental organisation. He speaks out from his own experience against the lies and atrocities perpetrated by the Palestinian Authority against the Palestinian population.

By doing so he will be clearly aware he is placing his own life in great danger of reprisal and murder, as he also is a Muslim who has converted to faith in Jesus as Lord and Saviour. It’s a fascinating video.

The article in which the video is linked cites a lack of Western media integrity in reporting such atrocities (as described by Mosab Yousef in the video), actually contributes to the ongoing political impasse in Middle Eastern politics.

Please pray for this young man, for the Lord’s protection on him, and for his message to receive widespread distribution.




Feast of Tabernacles 2017

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FOT 2017

We’re having our third celebration of the Biblical Feast of Tabernacles on Sunday 8th October at 6pm, and everyone is welcome! The invitation leaflet is available here: FOT 2017 poster

Join with us in celebration as we take a look at how the Lord Jesus fulfills this Biblical feast.

There will be praise and worship with our new worship team led by Steve Hallberg,  dancing led by our dance team Shoshanim, and teaching from Andy King. There will of course be Hebraic dancing open for all to participate in, and cakes and refreshments afterwards.

You can learn more about the Christian significance of the Feast of Tabernacles here, and about all three of the Biblical autumnal feasts (Feast of Trumpets, the Day of Atonement and the Feast of Tabernacles) here.

Look Up

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This week I read a cluster of news articles that could have been taken directly from the plot of my 2012 end-times novel, Seventy Weeks. These were not the main headlines most of us will have seen – the missile firing of North Korea nor the latest terrorist atrocity on the London Tube. No, these were a little more disguised but seriously relevant, nonetheless.

I mention them because, as Christians, we need to be aware of what is going in our world today. These things are road-signs as to where we are and where we are heading.

Following the launch this week of Apple’s iPhone 8 smartphone, which is able to identify the user using the latest facial recognition technology , the Daily Telegraph ran this piece about the benefits of ‘Big Data’. However, it included the following significant comment:

We are now only a few years away from the day when facial recognition technology will be sufficiently advanced that, whenever we walk down a street, networks of CCTV cameras, public as well as private, will immediately recognise us. Databases of people’s faces will be created and used for commercial as well as law and order purposes.”

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What in the world is going on? Catastrophic hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, terrorism, nuclear threats. Is God trying to tell us something? Yes.

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An article by Joel Rosenberg, a prolific Christian writer and commentator.

Hurricane Harvey drops 33 trillion gallons of rainfall on the U.S. Experts say the floods are a once-in-a-thousand-years event. Now Hurricane Irma is bearing down on Florida. Historic, sustained winds of at least 185 miles-per-hour. Devastation in the Caribbean has been catastrophic. Experts say Florida and other American states could face the same.

Then there’s the horrific, out-of-control wildfires raging across the Pacific Northwest Countless that are “creating apocalypse-like conditions in numerous Western states, blotting out the noonday sun behind thick blankets of smoke and depositing ash like freshly fallen snow,” according to the Washington Post.

At the same time, Mexico experiences the worst earthquake in a century. Record-breaking floods are devastating Asia. Half of Bangladesh is reportedly underwater. 100,000 homes have been destroyed. Forty million people face severe and potentially life-threatening food and water shortages. Russia is preparing to mass upwards of 100,000 troops on the borders of three NATO countries for a massive series of war games that some fear is a prelude to war in Europe. The genocidal slaughter continues in Syria. Terror attacks are occurring around the globe. North Korea threatens to nuke the United States, then tests a hydrogen bomb and long-range ballistic missiles. And tensions over the Temple Mount in Jerusalem spike, then settle, then spike again.

People have all kinds of theories as to what is happening, but the answer is quite straightforward — God is trying to get our attention.

Read the rest of the article here.