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Searching for Jesus the rock through the sands of time

16th August 2018

What does it mean to say Jesus is our rock? Julia Faire looks back through history and uncovers an ancient theme underlying the hopes of many people of faith.

‘Let’s find some shade!’ With record high temperatures around the globe this summer and the third longest heatwave on record in the UK, the word ‘shade’ has taken [...]

The gospel is… about the kingdom

22nd June 2018
Recently, the world’s headlines were dominated by the wedding of Prince Harry and American actress, Meghan Markle. Around 18 million people in the UK tuned in to watch it, and millions more around the world. One of the biggest talking points from the day, apart from the famous guests, and Meghan’s dress, was the sermon […]

Treasure Finders

8th June 2018
“Through Christian kids’ work God is meeting a new generation across the UK today. I believe it’s good to get on board with what God is doing in children and youth ministry.” – Mim James, Jesus Fellowship Kids’ Church co-ordinator. Dancing, singing, messy activities all based around the theme of “Treasure Finders! Stories Jesus told” […]

The gospel isn’t… just about you

25th May 2018
Recently, from the 10th to the 20th May, Christians from all around the world joined in prayer in a movement called “Thy Kingdom Come”. This is one of the most beautiful things about the gospel – it is an invitation into a worldwide family of God. As a Christian, you’re part of a much bigger […]

The gospel is… not a test

18th May 2018
Whenever someone wants to become a British citizen they have to take a test called “Life in the UK”. They have to learn facts about British history, politics and culture, and if they pass they can be granted citizenship. Is that how it works with the gospel? Do you have to study for some kind […]

The gospel is… for life

11th May 2018
You’ve probably heard that expression “a dog is for life, not just for Christmas”. It’s one of the most famous advertising slogans, first used in 1978 by the Dogs Trust, to try and tackle the number of unwanted dogs left after the festive season. It’s still used today, and many companies have also used the […]

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